stomper

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n stomper someone who walks with a heavy noisy gait or who stamps on the ground
    • ***

Usage

In literature:

Down got the two varmints in white topped stompers, open went the door, and out I jumped.
"Highlife in New York: a series of letters to Mr. Zephariah Slick," by Ann S. Stephens
***

In news:

Toronto alt-country outfit Elliott BROOD return to the KEXP studio for a finely-tuned live performance chock-full of foot-stompers from their newest album, "Days Into Years".
Ricky and the Stompers The Wild One Princeton 0:23:03 MP3 ).
Manufacturer May Wes now offers a Tractor Stalk Stomper that fits on the Case IH Quadtrac 600 tractor.
Indie Music Revolution Festival, Methanol , Brooklyn Haley, Melia, Goodbye Ronnie, The Roc City Stompers, Roots Collider, Electro Kings, and The Campbell Brothers.
The Bristol Stompers' newcomers are not shy about the task ahead of them.
The Quick Disconnect Stalk Stompers were released in 2011 and allow for ease with installing, adjusting and removal.
INTERVIEWS Mars Volta's 'Malkin Jewel': An Unexpected Garage-Rock Stomper .
Mars Volta's 'Malkin Jewel': An Unexpected Garage-Rock Stomper .
Swamp Stomper race adds biking to event.
From Funeral Home to Foot Stomper .
Indie Music Revolution Festival, Methanol, Brooklyn Haley, Melia, Goodbye Ronnie, The Roc City Stompers, Roots Collider , Electro Kings, and The Campbell Brothers.
Indie Music Revolution Festival, Methanol, Brooklyn Haley, Melia, Goodbye Ronnie, The Roc City Stompers, Roots Collider, Electro Kings, and The Campbell Brothers.
Who knew the Pixies' "Wave of Mutilation" sounds best played as a back-porch country stomper.
610 Stompers Carnival dance group auditions on Sat and Sun.
New Orleans' own Palmetto Bug Stompers charmed the early-morning crowd at Saturday's Voodoo Fest, helping festival-goers warm up with a folksy blend of old-school jazz and string-band standards.
***