Antonyms for traipsing

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After traipsing about in the fog they found the grave sure enough.

All the rest of it traipsing about from place to place like a wandering gipsy.

"I don't see what you want to be traipsing about after dark for," said Marilla shortly.

Nice clothes I shall get, too, traipsing through weather like this.

Could they have wandered up the hill road,—the discontented, "traipsing," exasperating things?

Allan's been traipsing this land since two years before you were born, and that is more than twenty years ago.

Could they have wandered up the hill road—the discontented, “traipsing,” exasperating things?

A nice figure I'd cut, traipsing around the battlefields in a kimono, and looking for a kindly bullet to lay me low.

I was traipsing to-day with your Mr. Sterne, to go along with them to Moore, and recommend his business to the Treasury.

The bird that had been traipsing all over hell's footstool trying to get a line on his lost sweetheart.