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Verb: romp  rómp
  1. Play boisterously
    "The toddlers romped in the playroom";
    - frolic, lark [informal], rollick, skylark [informal], disport, sport, cavort, gambol, frisk, run around, lark about [informal]
  2. Run easily and fairly fast
  3. [informal] Win easily
    "romp a race"
Noun: romp  rómp
  1. [informal] An easy victory
    - runaway, blowout [N. Amer, informal], laugher, shoo-in [informal], walkaway
  2. A girl who behaves in a boyish manner
    - tomboy, hoyden
  3. Gay or light-hearted recreational activity for diversion or amusement
    - play, frolic, gambol, caper [informal]
  4. A bout of playful, boisterous or illicit sex

Derived forms: romps, romping, romped

Type of: diversion, fille, girl, miss, missy [informal], play, recreation, run, triumph, victory, win, young lady, young woman

Encyclopedia: Romp