- n. An amusement ride consisting of a buggy on a track that rises, falls, twists and turns.
- n. by extension Any situation in which there are violent changes in status
- adj. Of or like a rollercoaster.
“But it is also an exercise in rollercoaster ride literature, a vivid and devastating account of a mind headed over the edge, and yet containing the cold acuity of a writer like Bernhard.”
“And Michigan coach John Beilein was enjoying the peak of the "rollercoaster" - an analogy that he has used all season.”
“- entourage NEEDS to be longer than the sorry 22-27 minutes a week we get. and they better get some good arc's going, because the vince rollercoaster is getting old.”
“That rollercoaster is fine — and often good for those of us in the arts — but you have to be aware you’re riding it.”
“Morse hit .289/.352/.519 with 15 home runs in 293 plate appearances last year, and this spring he has only validated the best season of what Morse called a "rollercoaster" career.”
“The rollercoaster is the only one of its kind in the southern hemisphere, carnival manager Shane McGrath said, it has a 27 metre tower which sends the rollercoaster down a vertical slope before it speeds through a loop.”
“By If there's any anthropomorphic videogame critter mascot best suited to be turned into a rollercoaster, it has to be only anthropomorphic videogame critter mascot suited to become a rollercoaster, which is why the Alton Towers amusement park in Staffordshire, England did well to choose him.”
“If there's any anthropomorphic videogame critter mascot best suited to be turned into a rollercoaster, it has to be only anthropomorphic videogame critter mascot suited to become a rollercoaster, which is why the Alton Towers amusement park in Staffordshire, England did well to choose him.”
“The room and the rollercoaster, which is titled Sonic Spinball, will open on 13th February.”
“Rehearsals for the four forthcoming gigs, including turns at the Reading and Leeds festivals, have been described as fraught by vocalist Carl Barât, a "rollercoaster" by drummer Gary Powell and "a real challenge" by bassist John Hassall.”
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