Definition of rom-com
: romantic comedy That's where the rom-com comes in, that wayward genre of sweet serendipity and forgivably thin plots set to rising music … — Vogue One of the film's pleasures is its movie within a movie, the rom-com "I Love You, I Love New York."— Tad Friend —often used before another noun a silly rom-com plotDoes anybody cry funnier than Segel does in Forgetting Sarah Marshall, the wonderful rom-com farce he not only starred in but wrote?— Jim Windolf
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