Thesaurus / rolling stone
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EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

The horse steps on a rolling stone; a wind in the branches makes a moan.

I remember writing home that I was in a country where the rolling stone gathered most moss.

You know, Donna, I've been a rolling stone, and I haven't gathered very much moss.

The Long ChancePeter B. Kyne

Outwitted yesterday by a rolling stone, and to-day by your own inconceivable dullness.

AnneConstance Fenimore Woolson

“A rolling stone and nothing less,” Uncle Dan had called him, over and over again, and the title seemed to fit Matt exactly.

Young AuctioneersEdward Stratemeyer

I was alone in the world—a rolling stone—and why should I not follow the guidance of my destiny?

Lost LenoreCharles Beach

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

Twinkle and ChubbinsL. Frank (Lyman Frank) Baum

He had been a ne'er-do-well, a rolling stone; he had not been a dutiful son.

The Front YardConstance Fenimore Woolson

I fought him for you once, and if it hadn't been for a rolling stone under my foot, it would have been death for one of us.

The Mountain GirlPayne Erskine

But my Uncle Dan always called me a rolling stone, and that hits it exactly.

Young AuctioneersEdward Stratemeyer

WORDS RELATED TO ROLLING STONE

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