We have also tripper from trip, a dialect word for flock, probably related to troop.
A week-end tripper, or somebody with a flourish at each end of his name?
tripper (who is proud of his superior acquaintance with a foreign language).
tripper was standing beside him, and pointing at something broad away on the beam.
The best example of the cultured, but common, tripper is the educated Englishman on the Continent.
The day tripper, with his Arriet, is unknown here, for the simple reason that there would be nothing for him to do.
To a mere outsider—a mere summer tripper hurrying through—Yarrow is little different from others of the southland valleys.
But the tripper is not welcome and the envious tangle of trees and shrubbery denies to the wayfarer even a glimpse of the house.
In the twilight the blush caused by being taken for a Plymouth tripper was not perceived. '
tripper—none too clean in appearance—charters bathing machine.