Definition of stamping ground in English:

stamping ground

Syllabification: stamp·ing ground


Another term for stomping ground.
More example sentences
  • Next morning, feeling this may end up being Anna's stamping ground, I wander the cobbled streets that link l' Ile de la Cité to Boulevard St Michel and then Boulevard St Germain.
  • But the Dolly Blues will feel they could have done better after dominating the opening stages of the affair at manager Phil Wilson's old Bower Fold stamping ground.
  • Driving the quiet country lanes was a pleasure, revealing as it did a landscape that appeared little changed perhaps even since it was Shakespeare's stamping ground.

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