Definition of rollick
: to move or behave in a carefree joyous manner : frolic
Examples of rollick in a Sentence
an educator who realized that children need to rollick as well as to study and learn
Recent Examples of rollick from the Web
Haimor and the orchestra did a bang-up job with it, bringing out the music’s rollicking high spirits while giving the first-chair players a chance to shine in the many demanding solos that pepper the score.
Kraken continues to rollick and roll through its paces.
Instead of festooned presents, rollicking parties, and calorie-laden treats, our national day of commemoration offers solemn reflections, fond memories and feelings of gratitude.
The show, loosely based on the Leslie Charteris novels and featuring a rollicking Edwin Astley theme song, starred Moore as a gentleman who uses his wealth and wiles to aid the defenseless.
The show, loosely based on the Leslie Charteris novels and featuring a rollicking Edwin Astley theme song, starred Mr. Moore as a gentleman who uses his wealth and wiles to aid the defenseless.
The Sons of Anarchy star gives Arthur plenty of muscular charisma, but Legend of the Sword’s overemphasis on the supernatural and the visually spectacular mortally wounds an often-rollicking adventure.
Two years ago, another pitcher stationed in the bullpen, Jason Motte, began clapping his hands and stomping his feet to Starlin Castro’s rollicking walk-up song, and soon the entire ballpark was following suit.
A: The festival emphasizes the rollicking music, food and Mardi Gras spirit of Louisiana.
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Origin and Etymology of rollick
First Known Use: circa 1837See Words from the same year
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