verb (used without object), stam·ped·ed, stam·ped·ing.
verb (used with object), stam·ped·ed, stam·ped·ing.
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Origin of stampede
OTHER WORDS FROM stampedestam·ped·er, nounun·stam·ped·ed, adjective
Words nearby stampede
Example sentences from the Web for stampeders
It was not long after Dick and Tom had left Martin's cabin that the stampeders arrived.
A strong guard kept the trail and men were told off to examine the goods of the stampeders.Policing the Plains|R.G. MacBeth
The stampeders rose to their feet in surprise as they recognised 'Dad' Seddon, whom they had left up the Quaska that morning.
The average pace of the stampeders on the smooth going was three miles and a half an hour.Smoke Bellew|Jack London
Thousands of horses and mules were employed by the stampeders.Alaska|Ella Higginson