stomping ground
stomping ground \stomping ground\, n. Same as {stamping ground}. See under {stamp}. [PJC]

The Collaborative International Dictionary of English. 2000.

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  • stomping ground — noun A favourite meeting place, a stamping ground • • • Main Entry: ↑stomp * * * noun, pl ⋯ grounds [count] US : a place where someone likes to go or often goes The mall was their stomping ground. usually plural We enjoyed going back home and… …   Useful english dictionary

  • stomping ground — stomping .ground n AmE sb s stomping ground a favourite place where someone often goes British Equivalent: stamping ground …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • stomping ground — n. Informal STAMPING GROUND also used in pl. * * * …   Universalium

  • stomping ground — n. Informal STAMPING GROUND also used in pl …   English World dictionary

  • Stomping Ground — Infobox Album | Name = Stomping Ground Type = Album Artist = Goldfinger Released = March 28, 2000 Recorded = 1999 2000 Genre = Punk rock, ska punk Length = 42:09 Label = Mojo Producer = John Feldmann, Tim Palmer, Jay Rifkin Reviews = * Allmusic… …   Wikipedia

  • stomping ground — UK [ˈstɒmpɪŋ ˌɡraʊnd] / US [ˈstɑmpɪŋ ˌɡraʊnd] noun [countable] Word forms stomping ground : singular stomping ground plural stomping grounds informal a stamping ground …   English dictionary

  • stomping ground — (someone s) stamping/stomping ground a place where you regularly spend a lot of time. I spent an afternoon in Camden, my old stomping ground …   New idioms dictionary

  • stomping ground — Stamping Stamp ing, a. & n. from {Stamp}, v. [1913 Webster] {Stamping ground}, a place frequented, and much trodden, by animals, wild or domesticated; hence (Colloq.), the scene of one s labors or exploits; also, one s favorite resort; in this… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • stomping ground — /ˈstɒmpɪŋ graʊnd/ (say stomping grownd) noun → stamping ground …   Australian English dictionary

  • stomping ground — noun stamping ground …   Wiktionary

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