Examples of rollick in a Sentence
an educator who realized that children need to rollick as well as to study and learn
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The juxtaposition of those two realities—rollicking economic figures vs. moribund approval ratings—is without modern precedent.
There will be plenty of irresistible matchups (Altuve v. Kershaw, Cody Bellinger v. Verlander, Yasiel Puig v. everyone) and rollicking atmospheres from two teams starved for a championship.
The quake shook Mexico City so hard that the murky, stagnant waters of the city’s ancient Xochimilco canals were churned up, turning the waterways into rollicking wave pools.
O’Malley’s Pub More than 50 feet below the then-rollicking town of Weston, five arched cellars constructed in 1842 provided an ideal constant temperature for German immigrant John Georgian’s lager beer, which had to be fermented at least six weeks.
Elton's outsized personality and his signature holiday track's rollicking feel make for a joyous occasion.
Meanwhile, the financial industry was rollicking on unsteady tracks.
The crowd at Bryant-Denny Stadium reveled and rollicked with Ronnie Harrison, cheering on the pack of Crimson Tide defenders who joined their teammate.
Other exciting upstarts include chef Clayton Wells’s Automata in the The Old Clare Hotel; Saint Peter, where chef Josh Niland has mastered Australian seafood; and the rollicking good Gallic times at Restaurant Hubert.
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Origin and Etymology of rollick
First Known Use: circa 1837See Words from the same year
Synonymsdally, disport, frolic, recreate, play, skylark, sport, toy
Related Wordscavort, frisk, gambol, romp; dabble, trifle; amuse, divert, entertain; delight, please; dabble, fiddle (around), mess around, putter (around); bum (around), dawdle, goldbrick, hang, hang about [British], idle, loaf, lounge (around or about), relax, rest, screw around, slack (off); jest, joke, tease
Near Antonymsdrudge, labor, plod, plug (away), slave, strain, strive, struggle, sweat, toil, work
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