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traipse around (some place)

to walk or travel around some place. I spent all afternoon traipsing around town looking for just the right gift for Roger. She has been traipsing around all day.
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traipse over

 and traipse in
to go or arrive carelessly or thoughtlessly. He traipsed over and invited himself in. She came traipsing in at about midnight.
See also: over, traipse
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'We fully expect to see P Diddy traipsing the aisles of Aldi to stock up on booze'
"You're out traipsing around and the bulls are right here.'"
Point out that we still haven't caught the six-foot-seven-inch Arab guy traipsing around the Khyber Pass dragging behind him a solar-powered kidney dialysis machine from the Islamabad Sharper Image catalogue.
Siegfried's light young tone nicely matches 13-year-old Ingrid Levin-Hill's persona as a soccer-playing, Sherlock Holmes-loving, aspiring actress intent on investigating and traipsing around in the middle of the night when she should be at home in bed.
If you've been traipsing around the shops, bearing most of the burden of gift-buying, cooking and house decorations, spare a thought for one of sport's modest stars, Ros Miller.
The video depicts new multistory complexes fitted with private gyms and gourmet grocery stores, with the young and fashionable traipsing around carefully landscaped parks and golf courses, while a voice-over offers biting analysis by the artist and her academic interviewees who question the meaning of citizenship and community in a place where the poor are rendered increasingly invisible.
No more traipsing up and down the High Street and then to get a knockback because you were not up at the crack of dawn to wait for the betting shop to open!
But anything else--like a major re-do to the kitchen or the bathroom--is a red flag for most co-op board members, who will probably envision months of noisy, dusty construction work with laborers traipsing in and out of the building.
The alterations are intended to prevent the fountain turning into a mud bath, as happened before when the ground became waterlogged and unable to cope with the large number of tourists traipsing over the site.
Traipsing happily off the pitch, the Wolves legend asked Elliott if he'd enjoyed scoring goals at Wolves.
A Mississippi locality has passed an ordinance requiring all livestock to be diapered when entering the town Starting November 7, all horses, cattle, sheep, mules and other livestock, will have to wear a waste collection device when traipsing on city streets.
Venable spent seven years traipsing 400 acres, mapping out a community where he could build houses, but in a way that wouldn't displace the animals that lived there first.
All of those who have been taken in by the glamorous fantasy of donning a pair of overalls and traipsing after people dressed like Ken dolls will be disabused here.
These days choreographer Jess Curtis lives in Berlin, when he's not traipsing around the French countryside with Cahin-Caha, the French nouveau circus that packed them in for four solid weeks in San Francisco last year.