Another question. This is the statement:
"Walt stamped around the loft mocking us as sentimental fools".
I cannot understand the right meaning of the verb in bold. Can you help me?
I don't think this is a phrasal verb, otherwise it would read: "Walt stamped around in the loft mocking us as sentimental fools".
"Stamp" also means to walk around heavily. And "around the loft" is where it happened - 'around' being a simple preposition. N'est pas?