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trip

1. n. a prison sentence; a trip up the river. (Underworld.) Yeah, me and Lefty both was on a little trip for a few years.
2. n. a high from a drug. (Drugs.) Me and Sid went on a little trip.
3. in. to experience a high from a drug, especially LSD. Don’t bother Bart. He’s tripping.
4. n. a bad drug experience. (Drugs.) Boy, did I ever have a trip with that stuff!
5. n. an annoying person or thing. She is such a trip.
6. in. to leave. Time to trip. See ya.
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References in classic literature ?
There was a howl of fright and rage, and then as Bagheera tripped on the rolling kicking bodies beneath him, a monkey shouted: "There is only one here
And the tiny mouse tripped away into the bedroom of the Princess, and waited for nightfall; then, when the Princess had fallen asleep, it crept up on to her bed, and gnawed a hole in the pillow, through which it dragged one by one little down feathers, and threw them under the Princess's nose.
Suzanne tripped with a light foot from the rue du Cours, by the rue de la Porte de Seez and the rue du Bercail, to the rue du Cygne, where, about five years earlier, du Bousquier had bought a little house built of gray Jura stone, which is something between Breton slate and Norman granite.
With an angry oath he wheeled his prisoner about, tripped him and hurled him violently to the floor, leaping upon his breast as he fell.
Suddenly he tripped and fell his length over a prostrate body.
Harker tripped into the room, bright and happy looking and, in the doing of work, seemingly forgetful of her misery.
Children, with bright faces, tripped merrily beside their parents, or mimicked a graver gait, in the conscious dignity of their Sunday clothes.