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- adv. In an uneven way; in a rocking manner.
- adv. In a manner suggestive of a rock or rocks.
- adv. Unsteadily; inconsistently or resulting in volatility.
- adv. In a manner suggestive of rock music.
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A struggling lounge owner (Cher) sees talent in a young girl (Christina Aguilera), who heads rockily to stardom, belting out show-stoppers along the way.
They would gain much in common only slowly, and I should add rockily, for the early stages of their acquaintance was based substantially on mutual self-interest.
He staggered to his feet and walked rockily into the inner room.
Add one tablespoonful of pulverized sugar to each egg used; place the stiffly beaten whites of egg rockily over tops of pies stand in oven until a delicate shade of brown.
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He started off rockily, as if trying too hard, with some awkward high notes and an audible gasp for breath, but he soon became more comfortable.
They started rockily with "Driftwood Heart" and "Leave the Lights Off", neither of which found a strong groove despite Malone's best efforts.
Gappah has been writing unpublished novels for many years, rather rockily.
You would think that the driest place in Europe would be harsh and daunting, and the park is certainly rockily gaunt, crisped up by endless spiky cacti and disturbed throughout by tired, weathered, brown and crumbling coastal mountains.
At the bell, a dizzy but defiant Ganigan smiled over his shoulder as he walked rockily to his corner.
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