verb (used without object)
verb (used with object)
Origin of tramp
Examples from the Web for tramp
“We went on to Tramp…He was the most hideous dancer I had ever seen,” she tells the Mail.
Lester is a strange little man alone in a cabin, not far from The Tramp locked in his cabin in The Gold Rush.
When he was in Europe writing the book A Tramp Abroad, the man most of us know as Mark Twain was missing home dearly.
One fact, however, was distinct in his mind—Peterkin had struck her a terrible blow in the Tramp House.Gretchen|Mary J. Holmes
It was full of words he did not understand, for the only vehicle of emotion the Tramp possessed was blasphemy.The Wonderful Visit|Herbert George Wells
“Tramp nothing,” declared Nat boldly, as he made his way softly to the front door.Dorothy Dale's Great Secret|Margaret Penrose
But the grimy young stagehand, halting in front of me with an armful of the Tramp Juggler's playthings, cut his sentence in two.Jane Journeys On|Ruth Comfort Mitchell
His appearance was not impressive, not very unlike the representation of him in the various pictures in his 'Tramp Abroad'.Mark Twain|Archibald Henderson