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Sentence count:48+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-03-14Updated:2017-03-14
Synonym: capercarry onfrolicplaySimilar words: promptcompromiseuncompromisingfromaromaRomanpogromas fromMeaning: [rɑmp /rɒmp]  n. 1. an easy victory 2. a girl who behaves in a boyish manner 3. gay or light-hearted recreational activity for diversion or amusement. v. 1. play boisterously 2. run easily and fairly fast 3. win easily. 
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1. The child went for a romp in the forest.
2. Rory expected to romp through the test and interviews.
3. His latest film is an enjoyable romp.
4. Share prices continue to romp ahead.
5. They won in a 51 romp.
6. 'A Royal Scandal' is an hour-long romp that pokes fun at British royal marriages.
7. A romp to loosen the mind and body.
8. She used to bounce and romp.
9. Every year was a romp to the playoffs.
10. Friends bosses hope the romp will perk up their ratings.
11. "Tom Jones" is a bawdy romp through 18th century England.
12. The title track is a sunny romp about gawd knows what.
13. I love watching the kids romp and in fact as I watch them I realize how much I envy them.
14. It is the kind of romp that Peter Schaffer cooked up in Amadeus.
15. Steak fries and dances round out the romp on Saturday and Sunday nights.
16. The horse won in a romp.
17. It's a hard course: very few students romp through.
18. This is easy stuff , we'll romp through this.
19. He was on song in the romp over their rivals.
20. In fact, only on the overblown romp "Welcome To The Overground" does he put a foot wrong.
21. She is riding the fastest horse and is certain to romp home.
22. The film, the last to be supervised by Walt Disney, is a colourful romp through Rudyard Kipling's Mowgli stories.
23. Civil libertarians would be up in arms but it would mean fewer animals whose final romp is into a killing-room.
24. Social Blunders, which follows the romantic misadventures of 33-year-old Sam Callahan, is a darkly comic romp through heartache.
25. If Fearon fancied she could be lured into a loose-box for a quick romp in the hay, he was wrong.
26. I lay back like a king lion and let her
27. He chose the lead dancer-then whisked her off for a romp.
28. A CCTV camera - each capsule is fitted with one - would also have captured their sexy romp.
29. But the alternative is an unbridgeable gap between town and country – with children such as Zhao Ai stranded in poverty as his urban peers romp ahead.
30. She was a hundred flowers bloom, Tianchi in the water, to romp down the mountain.
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