Definition of 'romcom'
Example sentences containing 'romcom'
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Sweet implies that it may cry soon and want to watch a romcom. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It might be best to keep away from the good china while watching this romcom. The Sun (2013)Her opening gambit is getting them to watch a romcom. The Sun (2015)YOU might finally persuade your other half to sit down and watch that weepy romcom. The Sun (2013)I feel like watching a romcom to recover. The Sun (2011)A charming romcom for the whole family. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Meryl Streep reminds us what great comic timing she has in this funny romcom about a middle-aged couple. The Sun (2010)
Definition of romcom from the Collins English Dictionary
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