A person who goes on a pleasure trip or excursion.
- When airline deregulation added competition in 1978, pleasure trippers snapped up cheap short-haul fares, too.
- North Yorkshire's tourist routes were jammed with trippers and Bank Holiday weekend events attracted visitors in their thousands across the county.
- This means that the river makes a far more logical passenger transport route, for workers rather than just trippers and tourists, than it ever used to.
Words that rhyme with tripperAgrippa, chipper, clipper, dipper, equipper, flipper, gripper, hipper, kipper, nipper, Pippa, ripper, shipper, sipper, skipper, slipper, stripper, tipper, whipper, zipper
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