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That said, it’s worth noting that BYU has beaten its opponents by an average of 31 points, and the romp over Boise State shouldn’t be overlooked.
CINCINNATI AND BYU ARE MAKING A CASE FOR THE COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYOFF. IS ANYONE LISTENING?JOHN FEINSTEINNOVEMBER 20, 2020WASHINGTON POST
This lighthearted, superhero romp is an easy game to embrace.
‘MARVEL’S SPIDER-MAN: MILES MORALES’: LIKE ITS MOVIE COUNTERPARTS, A CONFIDENT AND ENTERTAINING SPECTACLECHRISTOPHER BYRDNOVEMBER 6, 2020WASHINGTON POST
So they romped away to the barnyard to chase the frightened White Wyandottes.
SEVEN O'CLOCK STORIESROBERT GORDON ANDERSON
And the other time doesnt seem so very far ago,—the time when we romped and played like good, wholesome puppies.
THE WASTED GENERATIONOWEN JOHNSON
For an hour afterward John romped with his sister's children and told stories to the boys and talked to his father.
DUFFELSEDWARD EGGLESTON
She was very young, and when she visited Hartford Jean and she were companions and romped together in the hay-loft.
MARK TWAIN, A BIOGRAPHY, 1835-1910, COMPLETEALBERT BIGELOW PAINE
The latter sang and romped and chased about the bordering woods like puppies out for a rample.
SIX LITTLE BUNKERS AT MAMMY JUNE'SLAURA LEE HOPE
Ten Eyck put his arms up like racks; Alice hung herself across them, and they romped away.
WHAT WILL PEOPLE SAY?RUPERT HUGHES
The girls romped upstairs to the great unused upper story, where heaps of household rubbish obscured the dusty half-windows.
AMERICANS ALLVARIOUS
Some of them were scrambling over me, and others romped with me; and, as I caught and tickled them, they made a great noise.
THE SORROWS OF YOUNG WERTHERJ.W. VON GOETHE

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