Definition of Rompers

1. Noun. (plural of romper) ¹



2. Noun. A one-piece garment for babies and small children, consisting of a top and trousers. A romper suit. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Rompers

1. romper [n] - See also: romper

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rompers

romekins
romeldale
romeldales
romeos
romesco
romeward
romic
romidepsin
romish
romist
romneyas
romped
romper
romper suit
rompers (current term)
romping
romping good
rompingly
rompish
rompler
romplers
romps
roms
romset
romsets
roncador
roncadors
ronchil
ronco

Literary usage of Rompers

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1. The Minimum Cost of Living: A Study of Families of Limited Income in New by Winifred Stuart Gibbs (1917)
"3.00 Stockings, 1 pr 10 Underwear 50 Apron 20 rompers 25 Material 35 Underwear 1.00 Collar 10 Second Quarter $6.75 Stockings, 2 pr 25 rompers (2) 50 ..."

2. Industrial Home Work in Massachusetts by Amy Hewes, Women's Educational and Industrial Union (Boston, Mass.). Dept. of Research, Massachusetts Bureau of Statistics (1915)
"The remaining 27 firms manufactured machine-made muslin underwear, collars, aprons, wrappers, house dresses, and children's night-suits and rompers; ..."

3. Industrial Home Work in Massachusetts by Massachusetts Bureau of Statistics, Amy Hewes (1915)
"The remaining 27 firms manufactured machine-made muslin underwear, collars, aprons, wrappers, house dresses, and children's night-suits and rompers; ..."

4. Business English, Its Principles and Practice by George Burton Hotchkiss, Celia Anne Drew (1916)
"4 You are a correspondent in the firm of Lord & Co., 13 Wakefield St., New York City, selling children's dresses, rompers, and shoes by mail. ..."

5. Report by United States Industrial Commission (1901)
"... 18¬°iS), Mr. (rompers reappeared before the commission as a witness, and testified as follows:) Q. (By Mr. ..."

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