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romp through

verb

  1. informal.
    intr, preposition to progress quickly and easily through something

    he romped through the work



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The novelist Kevin Baker is back with a meaty, sweaty romp through 1940s and 50s New York.

Hothouse by Boris Kachka A romp through the history of venerable publisher Farrar, Straus, and Giroux.

Richards, at the depths of his drug-fueled romp through the culture, was also a high-functioning professional music executive.

Perhaps these four little kittens have just had a fine romp through the house.

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