romp [romp] (previously 05-26-13)
verb (used without object)
1. to play or frolic in a lively or boisterous manner.
2. to run or go rapidly and without effort, as in racing.
3. to win easily.
4. a lively or boisterous frolic.
5. a person who romps.
6. a quick or effortless pace: The work was easy, and he went through it in a romp.
7. an effortless victory.
lark, rout, frolic, cavort, gambol, prance, play, rollick, hop, antic, dance, skip, leap, sport, frisk, escapade, cakewalk, caper, revel, roister
SYNONYMS FOR ROMP
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1, 4. gambol.
Origin: 1700–10; perhaps variant of ramp (v.); compare obsolete ramp rough woman, literally, one who ramps
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