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The show’s intricate plots and twisty narrative offers rollicking entertainment, but it is Sy’s magnetism that keeps you watching.

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They made a duo rich in rollicking memories such as the purchase of Real Quiet.

Mercifully, apart from the silly doctor, “It Takes Two” is a rollicking celebration of game design.

Early reviews have been tremendous, and if you're at all interested in the company, or just want a rollicking story, please check it out.

There are giant outdoor feasts, rollicking on-snow dance parties, and all-night celebrations.

“Adelie penguins are the most lovable, rollicking, comical kind,” the story read.

Game of Thrones may be rollicking fantasy, but beneath its bloody surface it is also about our dysfunctional political system.

The press release touting the event promised a rollicking good time: “Tea Party Rocks Washington.”

The author of the rollicking spy novel Angelmaker, just out in paperback, tells us why reading novels is difficult for him.

“We had a rollicking time in the south of France for several months,” Cannon said, noting Sue visited the set several times.

By and by it brought me the rollicking air my brother whistled, and then came the sound of foot-falls.

Muroc was a wag, a grim sort of fellow, black from his trade, with big rollicking eyes.

Again the bands broke into the strains of the national anthem; but immediately they swung into a rollicking cavalry air.

She must have had a bee in her bonnet with all these rollicking children round her.

Unkempt enthusiasm and rollicking good humour are the chief features of this little volume.


On this page you'll find 47 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to rollicking, such as: boisterous, jaunty, joyful, joyous, lighthearted, and merry.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.