Definition of rollicking in English:

rollicking

Line breaks: rol¦lick|ing
Pronunciation: /ˈrɒlɪkɪŋ
 
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adjective

[attributive]
Exuberantly lively and amusing: this is all good rollicking fun
More example sentences
  • One would've had more rollicking good fun in an evening of prayers for the dead.
  • But, overall, this is rollicking good fun and a genuinely thrilling entry into the movie series which does much to erase any doubts that their finest had lost his edge.
  • Sunday's closing gala cabaret promises to be a rollicking affair.
Synonyms
lively, boisterous, exuberant, frisky, spirited; riotous, noisy, rip-roaring, wild, unrestrained, uninhibited, rowdy, roisterous, unruly
British informal rumbustious
North American informal rambunctious

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