What is now Wall Street was the stamping ground of pigs and goats.
They swore vengeance on Buck, his ranch, and his stamping ground.
Here, on his own stamping ground, prowled the youthful scion of many a dissipated race—nouveau riche and Knickerbocker alike.
The bears are likely to round back, for this is their stamping ground.
Mercedes was formerly the stamping ground of Irish immigrants.
Back to his old Kentucky stamping ground went Boone, and successfully piloted out a settlement of neighbours and comrades.
They had passed the danger line, and were well within the stamping ground of Pesita and his retainers.
Once on the west bank of the Mississippi, to use a Westernism, "he was on his own stamping ground."
If there are two of you, $6 a week will cover your holiday; and forty cents by electric car takes you out to your stamping ground.
Weren't these islands for nearly three centuries the stamping ground of all the pirates of the Spanish Main?
[fr earlier stale or stall, ''decoy bird,'' probably fr Anglo-French estale or estal, ''a pigeon used to lure a hawk into a nest''; since delaying and misleading are involved in both, this derivation and that of stall1 have probably intermingled over the centuries, as illustrated by the fact that stand meant ''a thief's assistant'' in the late 16th century]