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rollick

Line breaks: rol|lick
Pronunciation: /ˈrɒlɪk
 
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Definition of rollick in English:

verb

[no object]
Act or behave in a jovial and exuberant fashion: a satirical novelist who rollicks through the sleaze of the American psyche
More example sentences
  • Just ask all those giddy people who rollicked through the nation's capital last week.
  • The goat was a real happy goat once upon a time you see or so it believed and so it rollicked about the dried out pastures filled with glee.
  • The new band rollicked through a set of sweet, country pop rock that can give the old band a run for their money.

Origin

early 19th century: probably dialect, perhaps a blend of romp and frolic.

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