Noun(1) an easy victory(2) a girl who behaves in a boyish manner(3) gay or light-hearted recreational activity for diversion or amusement
Verb(1) play boisterously(2) run easily and fairly fast(3) win easily
(1) Brock scored four more goals in the third period to cap off the romp with three of those coming in the last five minutes of the game.(2) Kids weren't bogged down by the taxation plot device that seems to unnecessarily bother us adults, they saw it for the enjoyable romp that it was.(3) She was right, but I so dearly wanted to be a normal child that could romp with my peers and have fun.(4) I quickly changed out of the white gown, and hung it up to dry, for it was partially damp due to my romp through the snow.(5) Enjoying a sexy romp is one thing - buying promise rings is another.(6) What begins so promisingly as a satire or perhaps even comic romp leaves an uneasily nasty after-taste.(7) As far back as the Napoleonic Wars era, queers from London would leave their closeted lives to romp with the legions of soldiers billeted here.(8) Together they romp with the animals of the African savannah, particularly the elephants and a trio of cheetah cubs.(9) The kids can romp , listen to homespun Santa tales, and decorate a sweet country Christmas tree.(10) An action romp is good, but one wonders if the story would be better served by slowing down a little.(11) Only its bloodless nature garnered it a G rating rather than PG. It's not a lighthearted romp like many of Disney's other animated movies.(12) Only the writers get the virtual slap on the wrist for artificially inserting too much melodrama into a story that should have been a comic romp .(13) I am long overdue for a good romp between the sheets.(14) He was almost sixty then, yet his body still was trim and powerful, and he loved to romp with us children in the sea.(15) The movie is a sly comic romp that transforms the realities of rock and roll into a fantasy farce about joy, fame, and isolation.(16) The image does look as if these texts describe a harmless aristocratic sexual romp .
1. runaway ::
rhedeg i ffwrdd
2. hoyden ::
3. frolic ::
4. play ::
5. sail ::
6. sport ::
Different Formsromp, romped, romper, rompers, romping, romps
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