trample

Ravage vs Trample - What's the difference?

ravage | trample |


As verbs the difference between ravage and trample

is that ravage is while trample is to crush something by walking on it.

As a noun trample is

the sound of heavy footsteps.

Stamp vs Trample - What's the difference?

stamp | trample |


In lang=en terms the difference between stamp and trample

is that stamp is to apply postage stamps to while trample is to walk heavily and destructively.

As nouns the difference between stamp and trample

is that stamp is an act of stamping the foot, paw or hoof while trample is the sound of heavy footsteps.

As verbs the difference between stamp and trample

is that stamp is to step quickly and heavily, once or repeatedly while trample is to crush something by walking on it.

Trample vs Disregard - What's the difference?

trample | disregard |


As verbs the difference between trample and disregard

is that trample is to crush something by walking on it while disregard is to ignore; misregard.

As nouns the difference between trample and disregard

is that trample is the sound of heavy footsteps while disregard is the act or state of deliberately not paying attention or caring about; misregard.

Trample vs Violate - What's the difference?

trample | violate |


As a verb trample

is to crush something by walking on it.

As a noun trample

is the sound of heavy footsteps.

As a proper noun violate is

.

Trample vs Destroy - What's the difference?

trample | destroy |


In lang=en terms the difference between trample and destroy

is that trample is to walk heavily and destructively while destroy is to put down or euthanize.

As verbs the difference between trample and destroy

is that trample is to crush something by walking on it while destroy is
to damage beyond use or repair
.

As a noun trample

is the sound of heavy footsteps.

Trample vs Stepon - What's the difference?

trample | stepon |


As nouns the difference between trample and stepon

is that trample is the sound of heavy footsteps while stepon is (eo-form of).

As a verb trample

is to crush something by walking on it.

Stomping vs Trample - What's the difference?

stomping | trample |


As verbs the difference between stomping and trample

is that stomping is while trample is to crush something by walking on it.

As nouns the difference between stomping and trample

is that stomping is the act of one who stomps while trample is the sound of heavy footsteps.

As an adjective stomping

is in a way that stomps or suggests stomping; stompy.

Wikidiffcom vs Trample - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | trample |


As a verb trample is

to crush something by walking on it.

As a noun trample is

the sound of heavy footsteps.

Trample vs Contempt - What's the difference?

trample | contempt |


As nouns the difference between trample and contempt

is that trample is the sound of heavy footsteps while contempt is (uncountable) the state of contemning; the feeling or attitude of regarding someone or something as inferior, base, or worthless; scorn, disdain.

As a verb trample

is to crush something by walking on it.

Trample vs Overrun - What's the difference?

trample | overrun |


As verbs the difference between trample and overrun

is that trample is to crush something by walking on it while overrun is to defeat an enemy and invade in great numbers, seizing his positions conclusively.

As nouns the difference between trample and overrun

is that trample is the sound of heavy footsteps while overrun is an instance of overrunning.

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