Definition of Romped

1. Verb. (past of romp) ¹



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Definition of Romped

1. romp [v] - See also: romp

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Romped

romcoms
romeite
romekin
romekins
romeldale
romeldales
romeos
romesco
romeward
romic
romidepsin
romish
romist
romneyas
romped (current term)
romper
romper suit
rompers
romping
romping good
rompingly
rompish
rompler
romplers
romps
roms
romset
romsets
roncador

Literary usage of Romped

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1. The Church Treasury of History, Custom, Folk-lore, Etc. by William Andrews (1898)
"Old folks ambled there, young folk sauntered there, children romped there. The more serious minded of the parish would not be satisfied with this. ..."

2. Historical Sketches and Reminiscences of Madison County, Indiana: A Detailed by John La Rue Forkner, Byron H. Dyson (1897)
"... wns on the pumpkin vine," as through the woods the scholars romped and played, sometimes too long, making a tardy mark against themselves for their fun? ..."

3. The Innocents Abroad, Or, The New Pilgrims' Progress: Being Some Account of by Mark Twain (1870)
"No doubt it was presumed here at home that these frolicsome veterans laughed and sang and romped all day, and day after day, and kept up a noisy excitement ..."

4. The Innocents Abroad: Or, The New Pilgrim's Progress : Being Some Account of by Mark Twain (1899)
"No doubt it was presumed here at home that these frolicsome veterans laughed and sang and romped all day, and day after day, and kept up a noisy excitement ..."

5. The Innocents Abroad; Or, The New Pilgrim's Progress: Being Some Account of by Mark Twain (1884)
"No doubt it was presumed here at home that these frolicsome veterans laughed and sang and romped all day, and day alter day, and kept up a noisy excitement ..."

6. Publications by English Dialect Society (1887)
"RAMP, or ROMP, v.—To grow quickly, shoot up. Well, you have romped up ! He keeps ramping on. He has romped up a lot just lately. ..."

7. The Writings of Mark Twain [pseud.] by Mark Twain, Charles Dudley Warner (1899)
"No doubt it was presumed here at home that these frolicsome veterans laughed and sang and romped all day, and day after day, and kept up a noisy excitement ..."

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