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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrollickingrol‧lick‧ing1 /ˈrɒlɪkɪŋ $ ˈrɑː-/ adjective [only before noun] old-fashioned  ENTHUSIASTICnoisy and cheerful a rollicking song
Examples from the Corpus
rollickingThey played it as a duet, perfectly teamed, at the fast pace the piece demanded, rollicking and dramatic.His Hal would be no rollicking dropout.This is all good rollicking fun, though never quite clean.It is a rollicking mock-heroic farce that burlesques the affectations of Restoration and post-Restoration heroic drama with all its bombast and extravagance.The Kirk's answer to the rollicking rabbis was of course Revd James Currie.The stained-glass knights and their ladies looked down their noses at us rollicking serfs.Everyone was in a circle now, dancing to a rollicking tune played by the small band, and changing partners.
rollickingrollicking2 noun   give somebody a rollicking
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