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noun. ['ˈvæmp'] piece of leather forming the front part of the upper of a shoe.
Rhymes with Vamp
Sentences with vamp
1. Noun, singular or mass
Stretch the vamp over the last with a pair of pliers and tack it into place.
2. Verb, base form
There are plenty of ways to vamp up your steering wheel.
Quotes about vamp
1. I don't know what I was expecting a vampire's room to look like. Maybe lots of black, a bunch of books by Camus... oh, and a sensitive portrait of the only human the vamp ever loved, who had no doubt died of something beautiful and tragic, thus dooming the vamp to an eternity of moping and sighing dramatically.What can I say? I read a lot of books.
- Rachel Hawkins, Hex Hall
2. You okay?""Fine.""Your heart's beating really fast.""Gee, thanks. That's very comforting that you can hear it."He smiled, and it was the old Michael, the one she'd first met before all the vamp stuff."Yeah, I know it is. Sorry. Just stay behind me if there's trouble.""You sound like Shane.""Well, he did say he'd kill me if I got you hurt. I'm just looking after my own neck.""Liar.
- Rachel Caine, Ghost Town
3. You look like the vamp who bled the cat.
- Kim Harrison, Every Which Way But Dead
noun. ['ˈvæmp'] a seductive woman who uses her sex appeal to exploit men.
- adult female
verb. ['ˈvæmp'] provide (a shoe) with a new vamp.
- furbish up
- touch on
verb. ['ˈvæmp'] make up.
- vamp up
- cook up
noun. ['ˈvæmp'] an improvised musical accompaniment.
verb. ['ˈvæmp'] act seductively with (someone).
- chat up
verb. ['ˈvæmp'] piece (something old) with a new part.
- vamp up
- stay in place