verb (used with or without object), trammed, tram·ming.
Origin of tram1
Definition for tram (2 of 3)
verb (used with object), trammed, tram·ming.
Origin of tram2
Definition for tram (3 of 3)
Origin of tram3
Examples from the Web for tram
Eva and Adele, the Art Couple, were on my tram, both in high-collared baby-pink dresses.
By day you'll be coerced to hike "the Peak" (I like the tram, thank you) for a quiet view of Kowloon.
Luckily, public transport (the tram) is brilliantly efficient, cost-effective, and blissfully above ground.
The captain took a tram for Sydney, while I hunted up a grocery store, and loaded myself down with provisionsall I could carry.Through the South Seas with Jack London|Martin Johnson
For a penny, I can any day of the week get taken by tram close to the magnificent Kew Gardens.Friend Mac Donald|Max O'Rell
Evidently, his glance was searching the gardens for the missing pair, and the departure of the tram rendered them visible.The Terms of Surrender|Louis Tracy
"I don't recognise these," says the tram guard, examining them solemnly.A Woman's Experience in the Great War|Louise Mack
"No, I walked as far as the tram terminus," replied Barcroft Senior.Billy Barcroft, R.N.A.S.|Percy F. Westerman