from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. to move about on the ground while rotating and turning one's body
- v. to be considered, without much coherence, in someone's mind
- v. To indulge in sexual intercourse (with)
- v. to happen, occur, take place
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. happen regularly
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Sharyn let the words roll around in her head for a minute.
It is true that Carlo was made by misfortune to roll around the world, but in him we found no feebleness.
He let the hugeness of it roll around in his head, and looked up at the other Animals, who were sitting around the perimeter of the limo, similarly posed, trying not to make eye contact with one another.
Inside the millhouse, the force of the wheel was carried by interlocking gears, to make the grindstone roll around and around, riding on the face of a quarter dress millstone.
These few months will soon roll around so keep in good heart and I further think that till that time this rebelion will be crushed; No doubt it will cost a great many lives.