Romps to victory - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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romp to victory
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 to victory at the Olympics once again. Showing their utter superiority on the pitch, the boys in blue look set to romp to a 6–2 victory.
ˈromp home/to victory (informal) win easily, especially in a race, an election, etc: The Queen’s horse romped home in the first race. ♢ The Democratic Party romped to victory in the recent elections.
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ALLEN KEY Envoi Allen romps to victory
at Fairyhouse in December and will be hard to beat in the Champion Bumper
Saturday Twist Magic romps to victory
in Ascot's Victor Chandler Chase, leading from start to finish and underlining his Champion Chase credentials.
Meanwhile a cuckolded, humiliated Hillary Clinton romps to victory
on the back of the man who shamed her to within an inch of her life.