v. i.) To play rudely and boisterously; to leap and frisk about in play.
v.) to accomplish or perform something without apparent effort.
n.) Rude, boisterous play or frolic; rough sport.
My dog loves romping in the snow.
Children and adults romp and play in the fields.
Dana was last seen romping around with her family in Massachusetts.
She spent her nights romping along the canal in the moonlight.
Two fox cubs romped playfully on the bank.
Sally romped through her lessons without much studying.
The child went for a romp in the forest.
Rory expected to romp through the test and interviews.
She is riding the fastest horse and is certain to romp home.
Jake exhausted himself romping in and out of Oak Creek.
The old man was romping in the courtyard with his grandsons.
Cricketers romped home 7-1 against Castle.
The dog licked Master’s face, and they romped together in the garden.
Lille romped to a seventh successive Ligue 1 victory in their win over Paris Saint-Germain.
The Blues romped home to win 55–20 with Roberts claiming a try.