He got other boys to do his exercises for him, while he romped and scrambled about.
You forget I was but a bairn when we romped in the hay-dash.
Canterbury, having cheered the victor wholeheartedly, romped home.
They romped, like boys playing leap-frog or follow-my-leader.
Nan had romped and played in and about the cottage all her life.
We danced and romped and played rowdy games like a pack of children.
When he has romped through the Greek classics he plays about among the Latins.
Around these romped a host of children of all ages, sizes, and shades.
She laughed aloud at these misadventures, and waved her arms and romped with the wind.
He romped with her—he played with her—that stiff, stately man!