Definition of traipse:
amble, maunder, tramp, pull along, move, commute, go, foot, knock, meander, hitch, schlep, cruise, drift, gad, stray, ambulate, trek, walk, saunter, tread, peregrinate, mooch, hike, step, leg, cover, go down, ramble, rove, come up, shlep, stroll, shuttle, ride, range, float, gallivant, roam, hitchhike, bat, kick around, backpack, stride, hoof, wander, march, pad.
Shocked and mute, Si'Wren looked on numbly as the sobbing woman raised herself up and, stricken with grief, stumbled in a hysterical staggering traipse across the yard to fall down at the feet of a half- finished idol in the workshop, wailing desperately to it to bring back her daughter, or give her a son to replace the daughter who was lost.- "Si'Wren of the Patriarchs", Roland Cheney.
But no; Mrs. Bowers said it did her rheumatic shoulder no good to traipse around nights,- that was her expression,- and Mr. Bowers actually told me that he was too busy organizing political meetings to want to attend them.- "The Henchman", Mark Lee Luther.
- "The Heart of the Range", William Patterson White.