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Meanings of Romanticizing:

verb

Deal with or describe in an idealized or unrealistic fashion; make (something) seem better or more appealing than it really is.

Usage examples:

The tendency to romanticize non-industrial societies

Meanings of Romanticly:

adverb

Romantically.

Meanings of Romanticness:

noun

The quality or character of being romantic.

Romantics

rəʊˈmæn.tɪk

Meanings of Romantics:

noun

A person with romantic beliefs or attitudes.

Usage examples:

I am an incurable romantic
adjective

Conducive to or characterized by the expression of love.

Usage examples:

A romantic candlelit dinner

Meanings of Romantism:

noun

Romanticism. also (occasionally): the writing of romances.

Meanings of Romantist:

noun

Romanticist.

Romany

ˈrəʊ.mə.ni

Meanings of Romany:

noun

A member of a people originating in south asia and traditionally having an itinerant way of life, living widely dispersed across europe and north and south america and speaking a language that is related to hindi.

Usage examples:

The romani remained an oppressed group
adjective

Relating to or associated with the romani or their culture or language.

Usage examples:

Romani people have a long history

Meanings of Romanza:

noun

A romance; a romantic flight of fancy; a fanciful invention.

Meanings of Romaunt:

noun

Romance 3a. archaic and literary in later use.

adjective

In form romaunt. = "romance".

Meanings of Romaunts:

noun

Romance 3a. archaic and literary in later use.

adjective

In form romaunt. = "romance".

Rome

rəʊm

Meanings of Rome:

proper noun

The capital of italy and of the lazio region, situated on the river tiber about 25 km (16 miles) inland; population 2,724,347 (2008).

noun

The capital city of italy, situated in the western part of the country

Meanings of Rome wasn’t built in a day:

phrase

A complex task is bound to take a long time and should not be rushed.

Usage examples:

As one analyst concluded, ‘we should recall that rome was not built in a day, and note in the conte…
idiom

Said to emphasize that you cannot expect to do important things in a short period of time

Meanings of Romeite:

noun

An antimony-containing mineral which occurs as yellow to reddish-brown octahedral crystals, typically in metamorphosed manganese-bearing hydrothermal deposits.

Meanings of Romeo:

noun

An attractive, passionate male seducer or lover.

Usage examples:

I saw her heading out the door with some rug-chested young romeo

Meanings of Romeward:

adverb

Towards, or in the direction of, the roman catholic church or roman catholicism; = romewards .

adjective

Directed towards or facing the city of rome.

Meanings of Romewards:

adverb

Towards the roman catholic church or roman catholicism.

Meanings of Romic:

adjective

Designating a system of phonetic notation devised by henry sweet (1845–1912), and based on the letters of the roman alphabet, or their imagined phonetic values; consisting of or written in this notation.

noun

The romic alphabet or system.

Romish

ˈrəʊmɪʃ

Meanings of Romish:

adjective

Roman catholic.

Usage examples:

Romish ideas

Meanings of Romney:

noun

A sweet wine of greek origin, popular in england especially during the 15th and 16th centuries; a variety of this.

Meanings of Romneya:

noun

A genus of shrubby poppies (family papaveraceae) native to california and mexico and comprising the two species romneya coulteri and r. trichocalyx (sometimes considered as one species); (also romneya) a plant of this genus, grown for its showy white flowers (also called matilija poppy).

Romp

rɒmp

Meanings of Romp:

verb

(especially of a child or animal) play roughly and energetically.

Usage examples:

The noisy pack of children romped around the gardens
noun

A spell of rough, energetic play.

Usage examples:

A romp in the snow

Meanings of Romp in:

idiom

To win easily

Usage examples:

She is riding the fastest horse and is certain to romp home.

Meanings of Romp-through:

phrasal verb

To successfully do something, quickly and easily

Usage examples:

Rory expected to romp through the test and interviews.

Meanings of Romper:

noun

A young child's one-piece outer garment.

Usage examples:

For babies, there is an adorable polka dot romper suit, while older children will love his denim an…

Meanings of Rompers:

noun

A young child's one-piece outer garment.

Usage examples:

For babies, there is an adorable polka dot romper suit, while older children will love his denim an…

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