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(intr, adverb) informal to arrive late or unannounced
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Words nearby rock up
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How to use rock up in a sentence
But for a while we were like Sisyphus pushing that rock up the mountain.Interview: Kristen Bell, Voiceover Queen, On ‘Frozen,’ ‘Veronica Mars,’ & More|Andrew Romano|December 18, 2013|DAILY BEAST
“I suppose you know every rock up here,” said Johnny, as they went scrambling up and up, over an all but perpendicular trail.Red Dynamite|Roy J. Snell
Upon this we told him of the niches in the rock up above, which we supposed to have been receptacles for bridge-stringers.The Trail of The Badger|Sidford F. Hamp
The rafters show overhead, and the floors rock up and down when you walk hard on them, just because they are so old.What Happened to Inger Johanne|Dikken Zwilgmeyer
I think, lieutenant, you had better leave them where they are; we are holding this rock up pretty hard.Crooked Trails|Frederic Remington
The nail, N, runs through both uprights, and acts as the bearing for F to rock up and down upon.How Two Boys Made Their Own Electrical Apparatus|Thomas M. (Thomas Matthew) St. John