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 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.
Next to the cool, elegant Lea Asian Garden with a replica of a Javanese temple ruin is the rollicking Kapnick Brazilian Garden: Mr. Jungles’s tribute to his mentor, the celebrated Brazilian landscape architect Roberto Burle Marx, who died in 1994.
Border culture is on full display with ornate floats pumping rollicking norteño and Tejano through streets jam-packed with people.
Fashionistas, actors from the evening’s BAFTAs, and hipsters and DJs including Fat Tony and Virgil Abloh made sure the party rollicked late into the night.
Often sporting an open shirt with a chunky Chinese bead bracelet dangling from his arm, Elman was a real-life equivalent of the trading moguls described in Clavell’s rollicking 1,300-page fiction.
Attractions include festivals, nightlife, ancient stone architecture, a rollicking Carnival in February and other festivals, plus World War II history, including scuba diving to wartime wrecks.
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Origin and Etymology of rollick
First Known Use: circa 1837See Words from the same year
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