Deciding that they need some sort of food, they traipse off in the direction of the shop, still giggling to themselves.
One dancer's traipse over a billowing canopy suggested a walk on the moon; another's gymnastics under running water was both dreamlike and unsettling.
students had to traipse all over London to attend lectures
The long traipse across the North York Moors had taken its toll.
But the Japanese site looked so interesting, that I had a traipse around it.
Our students would have to traipse all over the country to get this calibre of law school education in southern Canada.
It seems to me that people would rather traipse round shops, gawping at potential purchases than they would educate themselves by looking at a book or work of art.
Few people have the time to traipse around galleries and exhibitions, while several works carry price tags that put them beyond the financial reach of mere mortals.
Those of us who've tried it know that it's quick and convenient and, much easier to search for bargains on the Net than it is to traipse from shop to shop looking for that special something.
students had to traipse all over Washington to attend lectures