Dissolve an ounce of butter in a small frying-pan, and cook the roulades in it.
Such trills, roulades, and flourishes go on from the birds and the lodger!
Her voice trembled, she was out of tune, and her runs and roulades were imperfect.
The inspector got up and went to the door whence proceeded Clementi's roulades.
She still delighted in the roulades of Italian opera; she still demanded a high standard in the execution of a pianoforte duet.
They are inexpressibly beautiful when spring wakes them up to pipe their roulades in tender green.
In the early morning the nightingale sings, oh, so sweetly, long trills & roulades in the most accomplished manner.
That man in a doublet, that pretty youth with his roulades, who showed his thighs and displayed his voice, displeased him.
In his singing, roulades became true bursts of laughter or true sobs.
No one asked in what direction he was borne, for all were enchanted, intoxicated, with the roulades of the Rossini school.