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And what's more, you just don't need to traipse along another step with me now.
BOB HAMPTON OF PLACERRANDALL PARRISH
Goodness knows where you may have dropped it, and if you think I'm going to traipse back you're much mistaken.
She was a young forty, yet somehow hardly young enough to traipse houseless after him wherever his whim might lead him.
Women, whose age it is impossible to tell, trail and traipse in front of alleys within which loom greasy, black staircases.
“More as two months ve traipse all ofer,” volunteered the latter.
THE PEACE OF ROARING RIVERGEORGE VAN SCHAICK
She called me up twice yesterday to see they needed it, as if I had nothin' to do but traipse aroun' after her.
MARY ROSE OF MIFFLINFRANCES R. STERRETT
I don't mean she's got enough to traipse round with duchesses and earls and that sort, but she's got enough.
BY THE LIGHT OF THE SOULMARY E. WILKINS FREEMAN
"Or why she consents to traipse all over the country with you," laughed Ted.
TED STRONG IN MONTANAEDWARD C. TAYLOR
Hard luck on me having to traipse at this time of night to a place I don't know to get orders you ought to have sent out.
PUSHED AND THE RETURN PUSHGEORGE HERBERT FOSDIKE NICHOLS, (AKA QUEX)

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