romp

Part of speech: verb

To play boisterously.

Part of speech: noun

One who romps.

Part of speech: noun

Boisterous play.

Part of speech: adjective

Rompish.

Part of speech: adverb

Romply.

Part of speech: noun

Rompness.

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Usage examples "romp":

  1. Graham came up one day in the midst of a most uproarious romp. - "My Little Lady", Eleanor Frances Poynter.
  2. Tea came very soon, and when it was cleared away father and mother came into the big kitchen without a fireplace, next to the children's room, and they all had a splendid romp. - "Milly and Olly", Mrs. Humphry Ward.
  3. He was not much of a romp, but always full of jokes, musical and otherwise. - "Fragments of an Autobiography", Felix Moscheles.