noun. ['stæmˈpiːd'] a headlong rush of people on a common impulse.
Words that Rhyme with Stampede
Example sentences of the word stampede
1. Verb, base form
When you say, "Green light," the children should stampede toward you.
2. Noun, singular or mass
The movie has panoramic scenes and a buffalo stampede that seemed impossible to stage.
Quotes containing the word stampede
1. See?"she heard Shane yell at the kitchen. "She doesn't stomp around like a cattle stampede!""Bite me, Collins! No bacon for you, either!
- Rachel Caine, Ghost Town
2. Stampede [10w] Her stampede of wild emotions broke down everything once stable.
- Beryl Dov
noun. ['stæmˈpiːd'] a wild headlong rush of frightened animals (horses or cattle).
verb. ['stæmˈpiːd'] act, usually en masse, hurriedly or on an impulse.
- unearned run
verb. ['stæmˈpiːd'] run away in a stampede.
- step on it
- take flight
- belt along
- rush along
- pelt along
- bucket along
- cannonball along
- stand still