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Another word for romp

  1. To leap and skip about playfully

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  1. An easy victory

      1. A person or animal that has run away.
      2. Something that has escaped control or proper confinement.
      3. An easy victory.
      1. Something that is easy and presents no difficulties, especially an easily won sports contest.
      2. A horserace with only one horse entered, won by the mere formality of walking the length of the track.
      3. A gymnastic feat in which the body is bent forward or backward from an upright position, the hands are placed on the floor, and the legs are arced one after the other over the hands to finish in a standing position.
      1. Something that is easy and presents no difficulties, especially an easily won sports contest; a walkover.
      2. The abandonment of a mortgaged property by the holder of the mortgage because of inability or refusal to meet the payments or because the value of the property has fallen below the principal of the mortgage.
      3. A property so abandoned.
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Another word for romp

      1. An activity involving physical exertion and skill that is governed by a set of rules or customs and often undertaken competitively.
      2. Such activities considered as a group:
      3. A usually challenging activity undertaken for amusement:
      1. Present participle of cavort.
      2. The action of the verb to cavort
      1. Carefree and high-spirited; boisterous:
      1. To move with light bounding skips or leaps.
      2. To move quickly or be busily active:
      3. To jump on one foot or with both feet at the same time.
      1. To move by hopping on one foot and then the other.
      2. To leap lightly about.
      3. To bounce over or be deflected from a surface; skim or ricochet:
      1. To move rhythmically usually to music, using prescribed or improvised steps and gestures.
      2. To perform a specialized set of movements to communicate chiefly with other members of the same species.
      3. To move or leap about excitedly.
      1. To search (a person) for something concealed, especially a weapon, by passing the hands quickly over clothes or through pockets.
      2. To move about briskly and playfully; frolic.
      3. The act of frisking someone.
      1. A playful leap or hop.
      2. A frivolous escapade or prank.
      3. An illegal plot or enterprise, especially one involving theft.
      1. To leap about playfully; frolic.
      2. A playful skipping or frolicking about.
      1. To occupy oneself in an activity for amusement or recreation:
      2. To take part in a sport or game:
      3. To participate in betting; gamble.
      1. Playful behavior or merriment:
      2. A playful movement or act.
      3. A sexual act or encounter:
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