Origin of romp
OTHER WORDS FROM rompromp·ing·ly, adverb
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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.
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.
His debut novel, Echo of the Boom, is a dystopian romp with Pynchonesque ambitions.In a New Novel, Apathetic Teenagers Usher in the Apocalypse|Elliot Ackerman|June 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The quick-cut trailer suggests a soft-core romp with dramatic intrigue and wry one-liners.French Political Sex Movie About DSK Sets Cannes Aquiver|Tracy McNicoll|May 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Come for the exploration of narrative form—stay for the hilarious romp.‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ Review: Wes Anderson’s Best Ever Is a Whimsical Crime Caper|Nico Hines|February 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Though consistently surprising, fast-paced and nearly always funny, Raw is more than just a lively romp.
The novelist Kevin Baker is back with a meaty, sweaty romp through 1940s and 50s New York.Mad, Bad, and Dangerous to Live In: Kevin Baker’s New York|Allen Barra|September 23, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Finally the great open court of the Louvre is reached—here a halt is made and a general romp occurs.The Real Latin Quarter|F. 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 mother|Isabel 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 West|Opie Read
She enjoyed their chatter and a romp with them now and again.Two Little Travellers|Frances 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 Montreal|Charlotte Fuhrer