verb (used without object), traipsed, traips·ing.
verb (used with object), traipsed, traips·ing.
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Origin of traipse
Example sentences from the Web for traipse
Some are traipsing around on their own, trash crackling beneath their feet.
Traipsing the Biennale and the numerous collaterals has been at once ho-hum and encouraging.
Could they have wandered up the hill road—the discontented, “traipsing,” exasperating things?A Village Stradivarius|Kate Douglas Wiggin
Nice clothes I shall get, too, traipsing through weather like this.Eighth Reader|James Baldwin
All the rest of it traipsing about from place to place like a wandering gipsy.The Man Who Was Good|Leonard Merrick
I was traipsing to-day with your Mr. Sterne, to go along with them to Moore, and recommend his business to the Treasury.The Journal to Stella|Jonathan Swift
"I don't see what you want to be traipsing about after dark for," said Marilla shortly.Anne Of Green Gables|Lucy Maud Montgomery