Definition of romp:
spree, cavorting, drama, run around, boast, maneuver, gambol, frolic, amuse, upset, shoo-in, buggery, adaptation, blowout, play, cock-and-bull story, triumph, dance, lark, win, ass, winning streak, play at, manoeuvre, disport, victory, frisk, trick, prank, comedy, roughhouse, fleer, child's play, period of play, hoyden, climax, entertainment, free rein, capriole, binge, capriole, idyll, skylark, double, runaway, swordplay, laugher, fun, looseness, turn, dramatic play, divert, play rough, walkaway, work, sport, allegory, classic, caper, feature, jamboree, black comedy, distraction, amusement, gala, cybersex, gambling, fling, gaieties, rollicking, coitus, devilment, shimmer, ejaculation, revel, rollick, bonk, skip, walkover, encounter, tomboy, antic, giggle, blow job, seesaw, put-on, detective, lark about, record, job, bid, thrashing, playing period, horse around, diversion, ploy, joke, cavort, anecdote, fugitive, gala affair, gaming, dance, epic, hop, coupling.
- "The Silent Mill", Hermann Sudermann.
- "We Were There at the Oklahoma Land Run", James Arthur Kjelgaard.
The Spiders meet at night, by the soft moonlight: they romp together, they eat the beloved shortly after the wedding; by day, they scour the country, they track the game on the short- pile, grassy carpet, they take their fill of the joys of the sun.- "The Life of the Spider", J. Henri Fabre.