equipped with wheels or casters so as to be easily movable from one location to another: a roll-around kitchen counter.
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How to use roll-around in a sentence
Also Kate and I are best buds and got to roll around and eat donuts.How Aidy Bryant Stealthily Became Your Favorite ‘Saturday Night Live’ Star | Kevin Fallon | October 31, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Every year when the Oscars roll around, a front-runner starts to emerge from the pack, and a nasty story follows.
You see he isn't big enough to walk, or crawl, or even roll around much and crying is the way he gets his exercise.The Boy Grew Older | Heywood Broun
The clock showed four-forty-four and Clint saw the car roll around the corner into the square.Left Tackle Thayer | Ralph Henry Barbour
She would play in the sand and roll around in the woods among the leaves and bushes until her curls were all tangled up.Dutch Fairy Tales for Young Folks | William Elliot Griffis
Bake in a moderate oven and roll around a round stick, after cutting them in four inch squares.Candy-Making at Home | Mary M. Wright
In 1796 and 1803 the following note was attached:—'How long will ye roll around me, blue-tumbling waters of Ocean.The Complete Poetical Works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge | Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Other Idioms and Phrases with roll-around
Return or recur, as in When income tax time rolls around, Peggy is too busy to play tennis. [Late 1600s]
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