verb (used without object)
Words nearby romp
Origin of romp
OTHER WORDS FROM rompromp·ing·ly, adverb
Examples from the Web for romped
Republican Jody Hice romped home in a safe rural Georgia congressional district last night.
In two suburban swing counties in New York, unknown Republicans romped over longtime Democratic officeholders.
But in Texas, Obama romped to victory, winning about 88 percent of the vote.Mitt Romney Clinches GOP Nomination & More Texas Primary Results|Ben Jacobs|May 30, 2012|DAILY BEAST
And where voters were more affluent and moderate, Romney romped.
The result was an election outcome that would make David Axelrod rejoice: "He romped home with 303 electoral votes."
Here young Prince Henry ran about in his hardy youth, and romped and played pranks on his future subjects.A Midsummer Drive Through The Pyrenees|Edwin Asa Dix
"Romped up," said an officer, though I have not seen Tanks romping.From Bapaume to Passchendaele, 1917|Philip Gibbs
Up and down the town she romped and scolded, earning the name which Middleton gave her in her green girlhood.A Book of Scoundrels|Charles Whibley
But the care-free cubs, judging from their tracks, had raced and romped, true to their play nature and to youth.Watched by Wild Animals|Enos A. Mills
Ay, and romped with him and flown with him over sea and earth.The Village of Youth|Bessie Hatton