trapse

trapse

(treɪps)
vb (intr)
a variant spelling of traipse

trapse


Past participle: trapsed
Gerund: trapsing

Imperative
trapse
trapse
Present
I trapse
you trapse
he/she/it trapses
we trapse
you trapse
they trapse
Preterite
I trapsed
you trapsed
he/she/it trapsed
we trapsed
you trapsed
they trapsed
Present Continuous
I am trapsing
you are trapsing
he/she/it is trapsing
we are trapsing
you are trapsing
they are trapsing
Present Perfect
I have trapsed
you have trapsed
he/she/it has trapsed
we have trapsed
you have trapsed
they have trapsed
Past Continuous
I was trapsing
you were trapsing
he/she/it was trapsing
we were trapsing
you were trapsing
they were trapsing
Past Perfect
I had trapsed
you had trapsed
he/she/it had trapsed
we had trapsed
you had trapsed
they had trapsed
Future
I will trapse
you will trapse
he/she/it will trapse
we will trapse
you will trapse
they will trapse
Future Perfect
I will have trapsed
you will have trapsed
he/she/it will have trapsed
we will have trapsed
you will have trapsed
they will have trapsed
Future Continuous
I will be trapsing
you will be trapsing
he/she/it will be trapsing
we will be trapsing
you will be trapsing
they will be trapsing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been trapsing
you have been trapsing
he/she/it has been trapsing
we have been trapsing
you have been trapsing
they have been trapsing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been trapsing
you will have been trapsing
he/she/it will have been trapsing
we will have been trapsing
you will have been trapsing
they will have been trapsing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been trapsing
you had been trapsing
he/she/it had been trapsing
we had been trapsing
you had been trapsing
they had been trapsing
Conditional
I would trapse
you would trapse
he/she/it would trapse
we would trapse
you would trapse
they would trapse
Past Conditional
I would have trapsed
you would have trapsed
he/she/it would have trapsed
we would have trapsed
you would have trapsed
they would have trapsed
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References in classic literature ?
But it wouldn't do for them to make a reg'lar curderoy road o' themselves for the houl camp to trapse over, on the mere chance of your some time passin' that way, would it now?"
So now I got to go and trapse all the way down the river, eleven hundred mile, and find out what that creetur's up to THIS time, as long as I couldn't seem to get any answer out of you about it."
Then he joins a rascally crew and must needs trapse off to the wars, and me with no one to bait the fire if I be out, or tend the cow if I be home.
Billickin, more mildly, but still firmly in her incorruptible candour: 'consequent it would be worse than of no use for me to trapse and travel up to the top of the 'ouse with you, and for you to say, "Mrs.
However, some may find it a little annoying that they have to trapse through acres of display kitchens, bedrooms or bathrooms before you get to what you actually are interested in.