Definition of rumpy pumpy in English:

rumpy pumpy

Line breaks: rumpy pumpy
Pronunciation: /rʌmpiˈpʌmpi
 
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noun

[mass noun] informal , humorous
Sexual relations, especially when of a casual nature: TV’s obsession with rumpy pumpy continues
More example sentences
  • Since she started doing field trials with this new device, I've hardly had a chance at doing anything remotely resembling rumpy pumpy.
  • An everyday story of country rumpy pumpy and just deserts perhaps, as Brian breaks down and sobs, after all these years of manipulating every blade of grass in his vicinity to his advantage.
  • Julien says he's a Communist, which means politics comes before rumpy pumpy.

Origin

1960s: reduplication of rump.

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