from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a rompish, rude, or boisterous manner.


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  • When roads are filled in level with the plain around them, the plain itself wind-churned like a ploughed field, when banks are rompishly erected, or melt unstably before the blows of the storm, it is hard to choose the true road from the false.

    The Happy Foreigner


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