stomp[ stomp ]SEE DEFINITION OF stomp
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR STOMP
Damn, I'll stomp my mother if she talks big to me right then.
"Stomp him," I tell him again, pretty quiet, but he does it.
I sh'd think you'd know enough to stomp your feet before you come in.
Hope ya fall in the mud, an' I'll stomp on your head if ya do!
For a minute I'd pull you down here and stomp the life out of you!
I heard him stomp roughly across the floor, his spurs clanking.
Won't many more see you than saw you last night doin' the stomp dance in Main Street.
"Not if I can stomp on you," declared Mrs. Tutts as the back fulness of Mrs. Jackson's skirt slipped through her fingers.
But is there an English word of a significance different from 'stamp,' in 'stomp?'
He had a tremendous loud voice and would sometimes sneak up behind you, yell, wave his arms and stomp his feet.