stomping ground

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Main Entry:  stomping ground
Part of Speech:  n
Definition:  a habitually frequented or favorite location; also called stamping ground
Etymology:  1854-59
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Example sentences
In many ways, this is familiar turf, a comfortable stomping ground.
Fiction once provided a stomping ground for the crazed or eccentric.
It's the stomping ground of the hustlers and go-getters.
Zach's from one of our outlying small towns and this is his stomping ground.
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