a sudden, frenzied rush or headlong flight of a herd of frightened animals, especially cattle or horses.
any headlong general flight or rush.
Western U.S., Canada. a celebration, usually held annually, combining a rodeo, contests, exhibitions, dancing, etc.
verb (used without object), stampeded, stampeding.
to scatter or flee in a stampede:
People stampeded from the burning theater.
to make a general rush:
On hearing of the sale, they stampeded to the store.
verb (used with object), stampeded, stampeding.
to cause to stampede.
to rush or overrun (a place):
Customers stampeded the stores.
an impulsive headlong rush of startled cattle or horses
headlong rush of a crowd: a stampede of shoppers
any sudden large-scale movement or other action, such as a rush of people to support a candidate
(Western US & Canadian) a rodeo event featuring fairground and social elements
to run away or cause to run away in a stampede
noun 1. a person or thing that stamps. 2. (in a post office) an employee who applies postmarks and cancels postage stamps. 3. a pestle, especially one in a stamp mill. 4. a mold, usually of metal, from which disk recordings are pressed.
or stomping ground noun 1. a habitual or favorite haunt. stamping ground noun 1. a habitual or favourite meeting or gathering place noun See stomping ground stall 2 stamping ground Also, old stamping ground. A habitual or favorite haunt, as in Whenever we visit, we go back to our old stamping ground, the drugstore nearest […]
noun, Mining. 1. a mill or machine in which ore is crushed to powder by means of heavy stamps or pestles. noun 1. (metallurgy) a machine for crushing ore
noun 1. a tax whose revenue is derived from the sale of stamps that are required to be affixed to certain retail merchandise and legal documents.