[ UK /tɹˈɑːmpə‍l/ ]
[ US /ˈtɹæmpəɫ/ ]
  1. the sound of heavy treading or stomping
    he heard the trample of many feet
  1. injure by trampling or as if by trampling
    The passerby was trampled by an elephant
  2. tread or stomp heavily or roughly
    The soldiers trampled across the fields
  3. walk on and flatten
    trample the flowers
    tramp down the grass
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How To Use trample In A Sentence

  • He was trampled to death by a runaway horse.
  • I was kneeling on the floor beneath his feet and nearly got trampled to death in the scrum.
  • The shelty came down over the rump of a red bullock, and Sim was sprawling on his face in the trampled grass. The Moon Endureth: Tales and Fancies
  • Don't trample mud from your shoes on to the floor; I've just this minute swept it.
  • To see their team go down without a fight, to see the good name of their club trampled underfoot, to see the game laughing at them. The Sun
  • My idea of a desert is an eternal agony, plotted by the fury of the aridity, by the implacable confusion of a sun which, trampled by the wind, melts with the sand, until there is no other landscape than the sand dominating the sky, the ground, the wind. Flowers in the Desert
  • Difficulties cannot be artificially overcome," said Mirabeau, "nor is there any invention whereby a man may be spared the trouble of conquering them; they must be grasped firmly, strangled, crushed, trampled down in manful fight. Zoe: The History of Two Lives
  • The wounded were trampled and drowned in the shallow waves.
  • I don't know what you're rambling on about, Flinx," she finally declared, "but either you ride the grizel or it tramples you. Orphan Star
  • Don't trample on grass.
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