Origin of stomp
OTHER WORDS FROM stompstomper, noun
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH stompstamp, stomp
Words nearby stomp
How to use stomp in a sentence
You’re going at a galloping speed, 20-something miles an hour on a 1,000-lb animal that can turn on a dime or stomp or twist or deviate from the course.Aging Athletes Are Enjoying a Moment. Team USA's Oldest Olympian Plans To Keep It Going|Sean Gregory/Tokyo|July 20, 2021|Time
He ran 16 times for 107 last December in the Fiesta Bowl national semifinal against Ohio State, including a 67-yard touchdown stomp still ricocheting through the brain because of its astonishing quality.There’s no clear-cut Heisman winner, so Trevor Lawrence should get it for lifetime achievement|Chuck Culpepper|December 25, 2020|Washington Post
What was the alternative: for the president to stomp his feet?Lessons From the Fiscal Cliff: the Political Fallout|Robert Shrum|January 4, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Armed with its findings, Team Perry was ready and raring to stomp Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison in the 2010 gubernatorial primary.
Cindy: I am here to beat my drum and stomp my feet for more international attention.
Oh Frank, you stole our hearts with your coy jumping up and down about Ali being the bachelorette only to stomp on them later.
With millions at stake, Sony is on a bizarre campaign to stomp out negative publicity for This Is It, Jackson's final performance.
He had a tremendous loud voice and would sometimes sneak up behind you, yell, wave his arms and stomp his feet.The Biography of a Rabbit|Roy Benson
Cap'n Eri is one of the finest fellers that ever stepped, but you can't stomp on his toes much, and he's clear grit inside.Cap'n Eri|Joseph Crosby Lincoln
Hope ya fall in the mud, an' I'll stomp on your head if ya do!The Duck-footed Hound|James Arthur Kjelgaard
But is there an English word of a significance different from 'stamp,' in 'stomp?'The Letters of Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett Barrett, Vol. 1 (of 2) 1845-1846|Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett Barrett
The mean sort'd pick out some harmless, helpless party, and stomp up and down, r'arin' and cussin' till they got up a big mad.Desert Conquest|A. M. Chisholm