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- v. To make a rolling motion or turn.
- v. To cause a rolling motion or turn.
- v. To give in to.
- v. To reinvest funds from a maturing financial security in the same or similar investment.
- v. (computing) To move the cursor over.
- v. To increment, especially back to an initial value.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. negociate to repay a loan at a later date for an additional fee
- v. make a rolling motion or turn
- v. re-invest (a previous investment) into a similar fund or security
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Through the mist they saw the huge front face of the berg drop off the underwater threshold and roll over the edge, the jagged eruptions of ice from the top of the glacier replaced by smooth undulations sculpted by the sea and streaked with black from the threshold.
Sooner or later Takpusseh or Raztupisp-Minz - one of our fi 'teachers will come here and expect you to roll over on your back, and he'll put his foot on your chest.
For this week, I have gone before breakfast to the wave-bath and let all the waves and billows roll over me till every limb ached with cold and my hands would scarcely have feeling enough to dress me.
Broughams and landaus would then roll over the gravel sweep, and M. Zola and I would at times lean out of the windows and exchange opinions with respect to the bridal pair and the guests.
I roll over on the floor, feet in the air, trunk splayed, vulnerable.
Is this the morning I go before the San Serafino firing-squad, or have I only to roll over to be on top of Lola Montez?
The Tampies had pulled the plug on Amity, and Roman was going to roll over for them ... and if the Senator's reading of the aliens was right, space would soon belong to the Cordonale again.
The journey towards Rastatt was of absorbing interest, carrying him through territory so recently hard fought for by the Motor Rifle Divisions and into the wake of the tank regiments where, but a few hours before, they had begun to roll over the Americans.
What a contrast Cosima must have seemed to poor Minna who, in the same house and but a short time before, had desecrated the manuscript of “Die Meistersinger” by allowing a bread-ball to roll over it!
Ged began to roll over and over on the bank in sheer delight at prospect of the banquet, and Stoddard would have given a great deal to have imitated it.