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  • n. A group of musicians who play rock music.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a band of musicians who play rock'n'roll music


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  • Newsted still considers the idea of rock band therapy to be a little ridiculous.

    Band on the Couch

  • The order died out in the fourteenth century, though the name was revived in the early 1960s by a rock band in Ohio, later known as the Holy Toledos.


  • She had knowledge of the clarinet, but more importantly she had a closet full of good-as-new sound equipment that had been abandoned by a son who once had led a somewhat successful local rock band that went by the name of Crispus Attucks.

    Hoopi Shoopi Donna

  • The company says more than 20,000 motorcyclists converged on the South African resort town of Margate in late April for the company's annual Africa Bike Week festival, promoting the Harley "lifestyle" and featuring a local bagpipe band, a Pretoria rock band called Black Era and snacks such as grilled springbok.

    U.S. Companies Race to Catch Up in Africa

  • Danny graduated last year and is now the front man for a rock band called Suck This that plays the coffee shop circuit around Northern Minnesota.

    Kiss It

  • DePaul sociologist Deena Weinstein follows Sanneh, and she compares the social contract within a working rock band to the fictionalized existence of the jackalope.

    I, Rock Chump

  • “Even though that sounds like the name of the cheesiest Christian rock band ever—”

    Etched in Bone


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