rolling

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rolling (comparative more rolling, superlative most rolling)

  1. (colloquial) Drunk; intoxicated from alcohol, staggering.
  2. Staggered in time and space; used with blackout, brownout, introduction.
  3. Moving by turning over and over on an axis.
  4. Extending in gentle undulations (of the landscape).
    • 2002, Russell Allen & Michael Romeo, "Part II - Journey to Ithaca" of "The Odyssey", "Incantations of the Apprentice", on Symphony X, The Odyssey.
      I miss the rolling hills of Ithaca

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rolling

  1. present participle of roll

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rolling (plural rollings)

  1. The act by which something is rolled.
    • 2007, Greg Patent, ‎Dave McLean, A Baker's Odyssey
      Refrigerating the dough between rollings and foldings also makes the dough easy to handle and prevents the butter from becoming too soft.