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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ROLLING STONE

It was the cry of the rolling stone that is bruised and weary.

It illustrates, on the mental plane, the truth of the "rolling stone."

It was like looking for a needle in a rolling stone, he thought.

Then the "rolling stone" and the groove in which it was placed is very interesting.

“A rolling stone gathers no moss, you know,” Mrs. Burke replied.

"If the Rolling Stone was here, he might tell me," she said aloud.

I'm the Rolling Stone, and I'm about two inches from your left toes.

The characteristic of the rolling stone was pre–eminently his.

You see, I have been quite a rolling stone, Mrs. Ismond, he said.

I have served in Spain and in Piedmont; but I have been a rolling stone, my good fellow.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ROLLING STONE

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nounperson with no permanent home and often with no means of support
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