- stamp(defs 11, 12).
- to dance the stomp.
Origin of stomp
Examples from the Web for stomp
Contemporary Examples of stomp
What was the alternative: for the president to stomp his feet?Lessons From the Fiscal Cliff: the Political Fallout
January 4, 2013
Armed with its findings, Team Perry was ready and raring to stomp Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison in the 2010 gubernatorial primary.Rick Perry’s Secret Weapon
August 29, 2011
Cindy: I am here to beat my drum and stomp my feet for more international attention.Why My Mom Is in Africa
August 25, 2011
Oh Frank, you stole our hearts with your coy jumping up and down about Ali being the bachelorette only to stomp on them later.TV's 6 Most Toxic Bachelors
The Daily Beast Video
June 28, 2010
With millions at stake, Sony is on a bizarre campaign to stomp out negative publicity for This Is It, Jackson's final performance.What Are They Hiding?
October 25, 2009
Historical Examples of stomp
Damn, I'll stomp my mother if she talks big to me right then.
"Stomp him," I tell him again, pretty quiet, but he does it.
I sh'd think you'd know enough to stomp your feet before you come in.Back Home
Hope ya fall in the mud, an' I'll stomp on your head if ya do!The Duck-footed Hound
James Arthur Kjelgaard
For a minute I'd pull you down here and stomp the life out of you!Dixie Hart
Will N. Harben
- informal to tread or stamp heavily
- a rhythmic stamping jazz dance
Word Origin for stomp
1803, variant of stamp. Related: Stomped; stomping. Noun meaning "lively social dance" is recorded from 1912 in jazz slang.