If I say "people have been wandering into the store all day," that seems to be a more or less value-neutral statement.
If I say "people have been traipsing into the store all day," I'm probably kind of annoyed.
I would say it is often with a disregard (sometimes disrespect) for others and the stuff around them. Likely (not on purpose) to knock stuff over or make the place dirty, because they don't care (or realize) and are not elegant.
But I could have the wrong Idea about it, because when looking it up, a lot of sources talk about being tired and dragging your feet. (But then again, my explanation does seem to match up with LyriKH's comment below and wiktionairy)
Others I missed, in descending order starting with the most likely to have guessed with more time: Eclipse, petrol(both similar to an other), league, rivalry (similar feel as the other two), pregnant, sword (silent w, and no sw words in my language) , stagnant (not often used).