rollick

verb rol·lick \ ˈrä-lik \
Updated on: 21 Nov 2017

Definition of rollick

intransitive verb
: to move or behave in a carefree joyous manner : frolic

rollick

noun

Examples of rollick in a Sentence

  1. an educator who realized that children need to rollick as well as to study and learn

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Origin and Etymology of rollick

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rollick Synonyms

Synonyms
dally, disport, frolic, recreate, play, skylark, sport, toy
Related Words
cavort, 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 Antonyms
drudge, labor, plod, plug (away), slave, strain, strive, struggle, sweat, toil, work



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