roll/trip off the tongue


: to be easy to say or pronounce
The name just rolls off the tongue.

Examples of roll/trip off the tongue in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Tim Stevens The first car is the LF-ZC, a name that doesn't exactly roll off the tongue. Tim Stevens, Ars Technica, 25 Oct. 2023 The names of comedy duo legends trip off the tongue: Abbott and Costello. Marco Della Cava, USA TODAY, 29 Mar. 2023 While the Celtic title, Beltane, and May Day can be used interchangeably, May Day tends to roll off the tongue a bit easier. Kate Franke, Woman's Day, 25 Apr. 2023 The highway hypnosis moniker certainly is a catchier phrasing and seems to readily roll off the tongue. Lance Eliot, Forbes, 6 Sep. 2021 That all sounds good, and maybe in 10 years Cleveland’s new name will roll off the tongue without hesitation, but for now the new name seems more like a title to a summer movie that is a bust at the box office. cleveland, 8 Aug. 2021 He’s always got a story, is always ready with a quip and isn’t afraid to let the four-letter words roll off the tongue in the most creative ways. Nathan Brown, The Indianapolis Star, 26 Apr. 2023 Short names are easy to remember, easy to spell and roll off the tongue. Marisa Lascala, Good Housekeeping, 15 Feb. 2023 Their names roll off the tongue in similar fashion. Dan Shaughnessy,, 27 Jan. 2023 See More

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“Roll/trip off the tongue.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 3 Dec. 2023.

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