Definition of rollicking
: boisterously carefree, joyful, or high-spirited a rollicking adventure film
Examples of rollicking in a Sentence
We had a rollicking good time.
reunions with his friends from college were usually rollicking affairs
Recent Examples of rollicking from the Web
Maxwell Street Klezmer Band Concert: Lori Lippitz and the Maxwell Street Klezmer Band present a rollicking concert and an insightful history of the journey of Klezmer music from Eastern Europe to America.
This song, lifted from Muddy Waters and dusted with a swinging slide hook, was a rollicking-yet-concise addition to a set list that, particularly in the band's early days, would extend reflexively.
Flight of Passage is a rollicking simulator that re-creates adventures aboard a mountain banshee, the winged best friend of the Na’vi.
Among the most distinctive of our native gulls, the laughing gull is well named; its rollicking call is as evocative of the summer beach season as the smell of Coppertone and salt air.
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First Known Use of rollicking
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Definition of rollicking for English Language Learners
: enjoyable in a lively or noisy way
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