Definition of stomping ground in English:

stomping ground

Syllabification: stomp·ing ground
(also stamping ground)

noun

North American
A place where someone regularly spends time; a favorite haunt.
More example sentences
  • Easter was spent relaxing away from the bustle of retailing but it was also a chance to return to an old stamping ground and see how South West Rocks has changed over the years.
  • Nice too to see my old stamping ground, Northland.
  • Cliff was delighted to be back on his old stomping ground and to be greeted by so many people.

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