from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- intransitive v. To move or play in a careless, swaggering manner, with a frolicsome air; to frolic; to sport; commonly in the form rollicking.
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Then he made a rollic of it, jumping the ditch, racing the animal, stopping abruptly, leaping over it, apparently making Christmas forget everything except that it had a friendly companion.
Yet, as on the repeating of a comic story, it is hard to get the sting and rollic on the tongue.
And with what a joyous rollic, with what a lively clatter, with what
A little gallery to one side is reserved for the moon-eyed babies with whimsically shaved heads; but they come down occasionally and rollic about as they wish, quite unreproved.