Another word for tramp
vagabond, vagrant, wanderer, bum, hobo, outcast, panhandler, drifter, derelict, hitchhiker, gypsy, loafer, unemployable, yegg*, rail-rider*, knight of the road*, moocher*, bo, flipper; see also beggar 1.
A long walk, often in rough country
vagrant refers to a person without a fixed home who wanders about from place to place, with no regular means of support, and in legal usage, implies such a person regarded as a public nuisance, subject to arrest; vagabond, orig. implying shiftlessness, rascality, etc., now often connotes no more than a carefree, roaming existence; tramp, bum, and hobo are informal equivalents for the preceding, but bum always connotes an idle, dissolute, often alcoholic person who never works, tramp and hobo connote a vagrant, whether one who lives by begging or by doing odd jobs; hobo now also means a migratory laborer
Another word for trampverb
To walk with loud, heavy steps:stamp, stomp, trample. (Informal) tromp. See move, sounds
To travel about or journey on foot:backpack, hike, march1, peregrinate, traipse, trek. See move
To step on heavily and repeatedly so as to crush, injure, or destroy:stamp, stomp, trample, tread, tromp. See help