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  • nounfun; caper
  • verbhave fun, enjoy oneself

synonyms for romp

  • lark
  • rout
  • antic
  • cakewalk
  • cavort
  • dance
  • escapade
  • frisk
  • frolic
  • gambol
  • hop
  • leap
  • play
  • rollick
  • skip
  • sport
See also synonyms for: romped / romping
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  • work
  • seriousness
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How to use romp in a sentence

Stansbury won by 24, narrowly carrying Moores's district on a romp through Albuquerque and its suburbs.
THE TRAILER: SOCIALISTS, PROUD BOYS, AND ANTI-MASKERS: THE POLITICAL ESTABLISHMENT STRUGGLES TO KEEP UP IN NEVADADAVID WEIGELJUNE 3, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Keep up the fun things you did during shutdownsIf you’ve been taking your dog on longer, more frequent romps in the past few months, you’re not alone.
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Finally the great open court of the Louvre is reached—here a halt is made and a general romp occurs.
THE REAL LATIN QUARTERF. BERKELEY SMITH
A romp with the children is not lost; but, on the other hand, is a benefit for both parent and child.
THE VALUE OF A PRAYING MOTHERISABEL C. BYRUM
She turned toward the boy, and in a cool voice commanded him not to romp so hard over the rough ground.
A YANKEE FROM THE WESTOPIE READ
She enjoyed their chatter and a romp with them now and again.
TWO LITTLE TRAVELLERSFRANCES BROWNE ARTHUR
He felt that he had foolishly induced her to forget herself so far as to indulge in a wild romp and thus injure her ankle.
THE MYSTERIES OF MONTREALCHARLOTTE FUHRER
After hearing that, Val felt no apology was needed for her desire to go out and romp with the winds.
THE OPEN QUESTIONELIZABETH ROBINS
Why, bless you, I kissed the little rogue good-bye the last thing before starting; we had a grand romp together.
TOOTS AND HIS FRIENDSKATE TANNATT WOODS
He was charmed if she could be induced to take part in a noisy romp, play tag, or dress her dolls.
BOYHOOD IN NORWAYHJALMAR HJORTH BOYESEN
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WORDS RELATED TO ROMP

  • caper
  • dido
  • frolic
  • joke
  • lark
  • romp
  • shenanigan
  • tomfoolery
  • trick
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