- The definition of a stomp is a beat-driven jazz dance or song.
An example of a stomp is the Black Bottom Stomp by Jelly Roll Morton.
- To stomp means to step on something violently or with force.
- An example of stomp is to kill a cockroach by stepping on it.
- An example of stomp is to crush grapes to make wine.
stomp definition by Webster's New World
transitive verb, intransitive verb
stamp; esp., to injure or kill by stamping (on)
- a jazz tune with a lively rhythm and a strong beat
- a dance to this music
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- stomper noun
stomp definition by American Heritage Dictionary
verb stomped, stomp·ing, stomps verb, transitive
To tread or trample heavily or violently on.verb, intransitive
To tread or trample heavily or violently.noun
- A dance involving a rhythmical, heavy step.
- The jazz music for this dance.
Origin: Variant of stamp.
- stompˈer noun
- stompˈing·ly adverb