stomp «stomp», verb, noun.
–v.t., v.i.
to stamp with the foot: »

In Luxembourg we first met the custom of hearing the audience stomp their feet in addition to applauding for numbers they really liked (Musical America).

1. the act of stomping.
2. U.S. a form of jazz music and accompanying dance especially popular before and during the 1930's, marked by a spirited rhythm and the stamping of feet.
[variant of stamp]
stomp´er, noun.

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