roly-poly[ roh-lee-poh-lee, -poh-lee ]SEE DEFINITION OF roly-poly
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They replied, "in two miles you will be amongst the roly-poly."
Fanny has made the roly-poly pudding,' says he; the chops are my part.
"I think they're lots of fun," said roly-poly Agnes, giggling again.
Oh, a man can hold his own with an English roly-poly mate: he's not stifled!
Aunt Madge had said so; also a roly-poly with foaming sauce.
Pigs are only lovable when they are small and plump and roly-poly.
There was roast mutton with onion sauce, and a roly-poly pudding.
With him was Roly-Poly, looking half drowned, but also clean.
You see, he is so round and fat and roly-poly that to run makes him puff and blow.
He didn't glance into the carriage at the roly-poly youngster.