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A long or tiring walk

It was a long traipse uphill all the way home.

To walk about, especially when expending much effort, or unnecessary effort

After traipsing about in the fog they found the grave sure enough.

To walk in a messy or unattractively casual way; to trail through dirt

Lo next two slipshod Muses traipse along, In lofty madness, meditating song, / With tresses staring from poetic dreams, / And never wash'd, but in Castalia’s streams .

To walk (a distance or journey) wearily or with effort; to walk about or over (a place)

She only got handy the Union-house on Sunday morning 'a b'lieve, and 'tis supposed here and there that she had traipsed every step of the way from Melchester.

{v} to walk in a sluttish manner, to go
to walk about; to gad
If you traipse somewhere, you go there unwillingly, often because you are tired or unhappy. If traipsing around shops does not appeal to you, perhaps using a catalogue will
to walk about or over (a place)
disapproval If you talk about people traipsing somewhere, you mean that they are going there or moving about there in a way that annoys someone or gets in their way. You will have to get used to a lot of people traipsing in and out of your home. A tiring walk. to walk somewhere in a slow or unwilling way because you are tired or bored traipse around/through/across etc (Perhaps from trepasser; TRESPASS)
To walk or run about in a slatternly, careless, or thoughtless manner
walk or tramp about
{f} wander
past of traipse
plural of traipse
present participle of traipse