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Related to rollicking: shrewdly, uneventful
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Synonyms for rollicking

Synonyms for rollicking

given to merry frolicking

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30 ( ANI ): After getting off to a rollicking start in the 2017 Men's Australian Hockey League with a 4-1 win against Western Australia in their opening match, the India 'A' team lost to New South Wales 0-1 in a closely fought encounter on Saturday.
Voyage of the Basilisk: A Memoir by Lady Trent represents another installment in a fantasy series that includes dragons, alternative technology, and a rollicking good read set in a world that is both familiar and strangely alien to early 19th century Earth.
THE LEGO Movie is a rollicking adventure, which cleverly employs the latest technical wizardry to mimic the crude, imperfect movements of stop-motion animation.
He said: "The first half was as poor as I've seen us play in a long time and the boys got a rollicking at half time.
Company founder Jonathan Goodwin said: "We have had a rollicking good run here, and the Shakespeare Memorial Room has added immeasurably to the period atmosphere of our shows.
Where some instrumental acts lack a little heart to go with their technical proficiency, this Glasgow four-piece have a canny knack of adding genuine emotion to their rollicking, beat heavy numbers.
BATHGATE gaffer Graeme Love revealed how a half-time rollicking shot his side into the fourth round of the Emirates Scottish Cup.
Spider's Web offered a rollicking, fast-paced thriller and some great characters from Melanie Gutteridge as the charming Clarissa Hailsham-Brown to Denis Lill as top cop Inspector Lord trying to solve the case.
Stephen, 33, was dragged away from the Saddle Ranch bar on Sunset Boulevard by a mate, who got a rollicking from the film-maker for his trouble.
Supported by a CD-Rom this is nothing more than a rollicking yam (of cloth).
Now all the pigs want potatoes in this fine and lively picturebook packing a rollicking rhyme with an easy reader helping kids to learn to read.
In an adaptation form the Broadway show for young audiences, TheatreworksUSA, a children's thater company, performs a rollicking Dr.
Read in multi-voice by the Grammy-winning Jim Dale, this rollicking, funny and suspenseful story is a crowd pleaser.
The CD, like its namesake (a gay subcultural slang term last popular in 1950's and 1960's Britain), is a sprawling, rollicking, giddily theatrical and complicated tapestry of words, sounds and ideas.
Viva Blackpool: Ripley's Return'' may be less ambitious, but it's equally audacious, a rollicking tale of low-rent hucksters set to songs by Johnny Cash, Tom Jones, Queen, the Proclaimers and others.