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Definition of the noun romper

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noun - plural: rompers

  1. a person who romps or frolics
  2. a one-piece garment for children to wear at play; the lower part is shaped like bloomers
    • lexical domain: Artifacts - nouns denoting man-made objects
    • synonym of romper: romper suit
    • more generic word: garment = an article of clothing

Alternative definition of the noun romper

noun

  1. Someone who romps or frolics.
  2. [nautical] A ship that has moved far ahead of a convoy; see also straggler.

Explanation

  1. Romper is a canonical version, musical recording.
  2. Romper: A romper is a one-piece garment. There are two variants, one is for children to wear at play, the other is a kind of female lingerie, where the slip has the breast pieces attached to it, often combined in the center or split at the sides.
    • also known as Playsuit

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Google previewA Text Book Of Supw (1997)

by Juhi Aggarwal

Romper is a dress worn by children in summers. The bottom part of the romper is an adaptation of underwear. Method : Age 1-2 year. Fig. 19-34. Romper.

Google previewThe Eureka Effect (2001)

The Art and Logic of Breakthrough Thinking by David N Perkins

Romper is a verb meaning "to break," while cabeza means "head." Rompecabezas — head breakers. The name suits the occasion, because trying to solve such a puzzle is often like beating your head against a wall. The term offers a painful ...

Google previewToys (1921)

Teddy Romper is a classy car with a safety back which is very comfortable, and two very elegent teddies at the sides in canary yellow with red strappings. The play carts, the dilly-dally wagons have the oddest shaped rear wheels which are all ...

Google previewOn Early English Pronunciation: Existing dialectal as compared with West Saxon pronunciation. With two maps of the dialect districts (1889)

by Alexander John Ellis

huck is the hip-bone ; romper is the rampart, always used for turnpike-road in Li. 10.

Google previewOn Early English Pronunciation, with Especial Reference to Shakespeare and Chaucer: Existing dialectal as compared with West Saxon pronunciation. With two maps of the dialect districts (1889)

by Alexander John Ellis

huek is the hip-bone ; romper is the rampart, always used for turnpike-road in Li ...

Google previewA Stephen Crane Encyclopedia (1997)

by Stanley Wertheim

The setting of "The Blue Hotel" is a bleak prairie town in northern Nebraska named Fort Romper, where the incongruous presence of the Palace Hotel, grotesquely "painted a light blue, a shade that is on the legs of a kind of heron, causing the ...

Google previewMultilingual Lexical Recognition in the Mental Lexicon of Third Language Users (2014)

by Weronika Szubko-Sitarek

For example, the L3 German verb brechen, at the early stage of lexical acquisition, is connected parasitically to the L2 English form break, rather than the L1 Spanish form romper, because of the cognate relationship between the L2 and L3 ...

Google previewConcise Dictionary of European Proverbs (2013)

by Emanuel Strauss

dan te breken 't moet buigen of barsten Lat: melius frangi quam flecti Fr: il vaut mieux plier que rompre Sp: antes doblar que quebrar más vale descoser que no romper Port: mais vale descozer do que romper melhor mé dobrar que quebrar ...

Google previewDictionary of the Literature of the Iberian Peninsula (1993)

by Germán Bleiberg, Maureen Ihrie, Janet Pérez

Ejercicio para romper una muneca (1981; Exercise to ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Television, Cable, and Video (2012)

by R.M. Reed, M.K. Reed

Romper Room First seen in 1953, this local children's program has been an important part of television in the United States for nearly forty years. The shows for preschool children are usually scheduled in the early morning hours on individual ...

Google previewContributions Towards a Grammar and Dictionary of Quichua, the Language of the Incas of Peru (1864)

To break Romper . Colours Colores . To shear an alpaca * Pelar; desplumar pluck a bird . To shine brightly • Lightning Resplendecer Relampago . Ashes of the quinua, Cenizas de la quior lime chewed nuač decal, masLloccsimasi-pana Own ...

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Scrabble value of R1O1M3P3E1R1

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