romp home

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romp home

To deftly or easily win a race, contest, or competition. Primarily heard in UK. With her arch-rival out of commission with a pulled hamstring, the defending champion romped home at the Olympics once again. Showing their utter superiority on the pitch, the boys in blue look set to romp home to a 6–2 victory.
See also: home, romp
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The Saints raced into a 32-6 lead inside 50 minutes, then withstood a fightback from the hosts, before running in five tries in the game's final 15 minutes to romp home.
It prevailed over a strong anti- incumbency wave to romp home with 235 seats in the 294- member house.
But if camp comedy were an Olympic sport, Britain would always romp home with gold.
I availed myself of the rare double-figure price and he promptly missed the cut, only for him to be re-united with his form and romp home in the AT&T at Pebble Beach.
We are a shambles from top to bottom and Portsmouth will romp home tomorrow.
Wrexham's Robert Evans won in straight games but the Mold team rallied for Ian Humphreys, Paul Day, Clinton Lewis and Dave Mitchell to romp home
While PONTYPOOL took advantage of MERTHYR's major off-pitch problems to romp home by 88-5.
The final saw Dicken romp home 21-6 in just 20 ends.
16 SAINTS 58 -The Saints raced into a 32-6 lead inside 50 minutes, then withstood a fightback from the hosts, before running n five tries in he game's final 15 minutes to romp home.
But if camp comedy were an Olympic sport, Alan Carr would always romp home with gold.
John Hales's superb grey One Man wins like a good thing should as he and Mark Dwyer romp home in the Tommy Whittle Chase at Haydock.
But Halifax hit back after 25 minutes through Craig Midgley, and second-half goals from Ian Fitzpatrick, a Paul Harsley penalty - after keeper Steve Book had been sent off for clattering Andy Farrell - and a second Harsley strike from open play saw the Football League's lowliest club romp home.
A TOP US pollster yesterday predicted Taoiseach Bertie Ahern will romp home in next month's General election.
Mariners also found their scoring boots to romp home 6-0 against Caldway.
NORMA MACAULEY was in good spirits after seeing Dil romp home by nine lengths under Margaret Morris in the second division of the claimer, having been persuaded by a combination of business acumen, sentiment and a gentle push from fellow trainer David Chapman to snap up the horse for 900gns at the Doncaster Sales.