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- v. Present participle of romp.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Inclined to romp; indulging in romps.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of playing in a boisterous manner; a game of romps.
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"I could just see Leonie from my desk and she was smiling all over her face and romping, simply _romping_ through the
Our dogs are daycare dogs, so they love the idea of romping and playing.
A sense of humour, I expect, is not a very common gift; Miss Bracely has none at all, for I do not call romping humour.
Yeah, it's been damn cold out, and the idea of romping around in the big icebox called the East End and workin 'your ladies for beads doesn't sound all that appealing.
Jack Holloway chuckled; it looked like the kind of romping he and his Fuzzies had done on the lawn beside his camp, when there had been a lawn there and when there had just been his own Fuzzies.
Nobody showed a thimble but one or two old ladies; and as numbers and spirits gathered strength, a kind of romping game was set on foot, in which a vast deal of kissing seemed to be the grand wit of the matter.
Nobody shewed a thimble but one or two old ladies; and as numbers and spirits gathered strength, a kind of romping game was set on foot in which a vast deal of kissing seemed to be the grand wit of the matter.
ROMP, whose members started in the early '80s in Los Gatos "romping" (duh) around on their bikes, became the first advocacy group in Santa Clara County to open its trails to cyclists.
In 1517-18, records show one nun was accused of "romping" with a youth and there were complaints of lesbianism and abuse.
As soon as his curfew allows, they'll be off. "on top of another man after she gatecrashed a BBQ in Essex, and reportedly" romping "with said bloke (frotting with clothes on), Amy had declared: