Words and phrases that have a meaning related to tramp:   (154 results)

Often used in the same context:
vagrant, hobo, floozy, floozie, boozehound, nympho, wench, swineherd, chap, slattern, doss house, nymphomaniac, swagman, toff, slob, hag, twat, dipsomaniac, drunkard, prat, scrounger, madwoman, drag queen, fishwife, skivvy, layabout, grannie, wino, simp, wanderer, alkie, aristo, tosspot, shepherdess, giantess, pleb, oaf, blighter, druggie, dustman, streetwalker, rotter, scallywag, navvy, bloke, strumpet, lowlife, berk, doss, scruffs, beardie, old codger, reprobate, manky, laddies, drifter, sassenach, guttersnipe, street urchin, dogsbody, cokehead, lecher, nosy parker, roue, grotty, poncy, beatle, wally, lech, pissoir, hussy, boozer, burd, coalman, misanthrope, squire, mooches, dogwalker, postman, highwayman, coochie, tatty, playgirl, humpy, lout, dunghill, skank, jape, kleptomaniac, harpy, arsehole, sponger, gaslit, skinful, lothario, fop, flaneur, doddery, mopes, poltroon, cobber, stableboy, tramps, tramping, beggar, bum, marching, drumbeat, loafer, pedestrian, prospector, sailor, shuffle, trooper, crow, grind, peddler, soldier, convict, slave, lucky, apprentice, crippled, indentured, luckiest, luckless, outcast, aleut, bereaved, bereft, blind, cleverer, club, dispossessed, emaciated, featured, friendless, fuegian

More specific:
dosser, street person, trudge

Appears in the definition of:
shlep, sundowner, traipse, tramp down

More general:
bird of passage, hike, roamer, rover, walk, wanderer

bum, hike, hobo

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— Adjectives for tramp: long, old, little, heavy, steady, measured, weary, mile, poor, regular, common, more...

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See tramp used in context: 71 rhymes, 1 Mother Goose rhyme, several books and articles.

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