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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Even so, Phyllida Lloyd’s production is a rollicking rollercoaster ride, delivered with stylistic verve and fireball energy by a high-caliber cast and crew.
The Sharks got that memo and built a swift and balanced team that breezed past the Ducks on Monday by scoring four times in the second period of an 8-1 victory at a rollicking SAP Center and taking a 3-0 series lead.
As the story goes, we are headed for a party but something goes horribly wrong, leading to a race through the streets of L.A. There’s action on both sides of the bus, rollicking forward, again in that Skull Island fashion.
Its application of low-budget CGI is quite remarkable in selling everything from massive glacial-crashing wide shots and rollicking spaceship action scenes to intimate, color-exploding moments of otherworldly plants and critters.
The Spurs must be sharper, especially defensively, and come with mental toughness necessary to absorb whatever rollicking punches the Warriors throw.
The Elves and the Shoemaker: Professional actors from Improv Playhouse Theater bring classic folk tales to life with rollicking songs, a touch of improv, important life lessons, and hilarious antics that will entertain children and adults alike.
Liam O’Flynn, a master at coaxing mournful, inspirational and even rollicking music out of the uilleann pipes, arguably the most difficult instrument to play in the arsenal of Irish music, died on March 14 in Dublin.
Out on the slacklines, however, the rollicking vaudeville slows down, if only for short, placid pauses.
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