romp[ romp ]SEE DEFINITION OF romp
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ROMP
There is nothing like giving a romp credit for a little boldness.
Is it possible that you are nothing but a romp—nothing but a vulgar tomboy?
Bennett joined him at the piano, and the two began to romp like schoolboys.
Why, Morton or Johnson, the Oxford fliers, could romp round him.
Of course I wanted her, and so frequently my work gave place to a romp with her.
On the other hand, the instinct to romp and play is less permanent.
Even then, however, Canterbury continued to romp and enjoy herself.
Scarcely had the Romp dropped her anchor than Adair came on board.
The Romp was nearing the southern shore; again she came about.
The startled Children ceased their romp and dared not move a limb.