Noun(1) the sound of heavy treading or stomping
Verb(1) tread or stomp heavily or roughly(2) injure by trampling or as if by trampling(3) walk on and flatten
(1) a drug-testing device that doesn't trample on employees' civil liberties(2) He heard the trample of a soldier and the muffled sound of the grenade going off.(3) The woods began to move, too; and, with the familiar trample of horse hooves, an army clad in drab array appeared at its edge.(4) destruction's trample treads them down(5) a lay statesman ought not to trample upon the opinions of his Church advisers(6) The warriors remained calm and relaxed, listening to the trample of the demonic horde just feet in front of them.(7) Her bonnet flew off and disappeared under the trample of bare feet and boots.(8) But this poor guy was liable to be trampled to death by human feet.(9) The air got clogged with sounds of movement, clatters and tramples of feet and people.(10) The grass was trampled , torn, and red.(11) Crowds literally trampled to death each other as they rushed to get in front.(12) A farmer's field is trampled completely by cows.(13) Some were injured as they fell down the staircase while others were trampled in the stampede.(14) Also, all prisoners will be freed and summarily trampled by wild elephants.(15) People keep trampling all over you to get from one side to the other.(16) The department maintained that the fencing was needed to protect grass trampled by cattle once fields had been irrigated.
(1) trample on :: soli i
1. tread ::
2. treat with contempt ::
faia ma le inoino
3. tramp down ::
taʻataʻa a le ala i lalo
Different Formstrample, trampled, tramples, trampling
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