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rollick

[ rol-ik ]
/ ˈrɒl ɪk /
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verb (used without object)

to move or act in a carefree, frolicsome manner; behave in a free, hearty, lively, or jovial way.

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Origin of rollick

1820–30; blend of romp and frolic

OTHER WORDS FROM rollick

rol·lick·er, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for rollick

rollick
/ (ˈrɒlɪk) /

verb

(intr) to behave in a carefree, frolicsome, or boisterous manner

noun

a boisterous or carefree escapade or event

Word Origin for rollick

C19: of Scottish dialect origin, probably from romp + frolic
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