traipse

Traipse vs Ramble - What's the difference?

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As verbs the difference between traipse and ramble

is that traipse is (obsolete) to walk in a messy or unattractively casual way; to trail through dirt while ramble is to move about aimlessly, or on a winding course.

As nouns the difference between traipse and ramble

is that traipse is a long or tiring walk while ramble is a leisurely stroll; a recreational walk in the countryside.

Traipse vs Scuttle - What's the difference?

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Traipse is a related term of scuttle.


As verbs the difference between traipse and scuttle

is that traipse is (obsolete) to walk in a messy or unattractively casual way; to trail through dirt while scuttle is (nautical) to cut a hole or holes through the bottom, deck, or sides of (as of a ship), for any purpose or scuttle can be to move hastily, to scurry.

As nouns the difference between traipse and scuttle

is that traipse is a long or tiring walk while scuttle is a container like an open bucket (usually to hold and carry coal) or scuttle can be a small hatch or opening in a boat also, small opening in a boat or ship for draining water from open deck or scuttle can be a quick pace; a short run.

Creep vs Traipse - What's the difference?

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Creep is a related term of traipse.


As a proper noun creep

is (derogatory) the committee]] to re-elect the president, which raised money for [[w:richard nixon|richard nixon's campaign for 1972 reelection.

As a verb traipse is

(obsolete) to walk in a messy or unattractively casual way; to trail through dirt.

As a noun traipse is

a long or tiring walk.

Traipse vs Lumber - What's the difference?

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Traipse is a related term of lumber.


As verbs the difference between traipse and lumber

is that traipse is (obsolete) to walk in a messy or unattractively casual way; to trail through dirt while lumber is to move clumsily.

As nouns the difference between traipse and lumber

is that traipse is a long or tiring walk while lumber is (uncountable) wood intended as a building material.

Traipse vs Prance - What's the difference?

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Traipse is a related term of prance.


As verbs the difference between traipse and prance

is that traipse is (obsolete) to walk in a messy or unattractively casual way; to trail through dirt while prance is (of a horse) to spring forward on the hind legs.

As nouns the difference between traipse and prance

is that traipse is a long or tiring walk while prance is (uncommon) the act of prancing.

Traipse vs Wobble - What's the difference?

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Traipse is a related term of wobble.


As verbs the difference between traipse and wobble

is that traipse is (obsolete) to walk in a messy or unattractively casual way; to trail through dirt while wobble is to move with an uneven or rocking motion, or unsteadily to and fro.

As nouns the difference between traipse and wobble

is that traipse is a long or tiring walk while wobble is an unsteady motion.

Traipse vs Trudge - What's the difference?

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Traipse is a related term of trudge.


As verbs the difference between traipse and trudge

is that traipse is (obsolete) to walk in a messy or unattractively casual way; to trail through dirt while trudge is to walk wearily with heavy, slow steps.

As nouns the difference between traipse and trudge

is that traipse is a long or tiring walk while trudge is a tramp, ie a long and tiring walk.

Traipse vs Stagger - What's the difference?

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Traipse is a related term of stagger.


As verbs the difference between traipse and stagger

is that traipse is (obsolete) to walk in a messy or unattractively casual way; to trail through dirt while stagger is sway unsteadily, reel, or totter.

As nouns the difference between traipse and stagger

is that traipse is a long or tiring walk while stagger is an unsteady movement of the body in walking or standing, as if one were about to fall; a reeling motion; vertigo; -- often in the plural; as, the stagger of a drunken man.

Traipse vs Plug - What's the difference?

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Traipse is a related term of plug.


As verbs the difference between traipse and plug

is that traipse is (obsolete) to walk in a messy or unattractively casual way; to trail through dirt while plug is to stop with a plug; to make tight by stopping a hole.

As nouns the difference between traipse and plug

is that traipse is a long or tiring walk while plug is (electricity) a pronged connecting device which fits into a mating socket.

Traipse vs Breeze - What's the difference?

traipse | breeze | Related terms |

Traipse is a related term of breeze.


As verbs the difference between traipse and breeze

is that traipse is (obsolete) to walk in a messy or unattractively casual way; to trail through dirt while breeze is to buzz or breeze can be to move casually, in a carefree manner.

As nouns the difference between traipse and breeze

is that traipse is a long or tiring walk while breeze is a gadfly; a horsefly or breeze can be a light, gentle wind.

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