rock

All Noun
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  • It has been described as one of the first all-female rock bands.
  • He tells her to meet him at the rock on the edge of town.
  • The title track was then released to rock radio but failed to chart as well.
  • At the time, a serious almost-all-female rock band was somewhat unusual.
  • He managed to move the rock and took his father's weapons.
  • Rocks fall more frequently on some days than on others, according to the recent weather.
  • The song is also the best-selling rock song in US digital history.
  • Some of the oldest rock art was produced by them.
  • They are often recognized because they place older rocks above younger.
  • With his own band behind him he adopted a more hard rocking style.
  • I wanted to make it more like rock.
  • Each type of rock, according to the theory, formed during a specific period in Earth history.
  • Through these artists and others, blues music influenced the development of rock music.
  • An old woman sat in a rocking chair less than three feet away. Cited from The Status Civilization, by Robert Sheckley
  • One snow-covered rock received and supported my head. Cited from The Junior Classics, V8, Edited by W. Patten
  • It is one of the best known songs of the album-oriented rock era.
  • The lead rocks back on their left foot, the follow on their right, for one beat.
  • He finally rocks his body to the floor and calls out that he will open the door shortly.
  • Last-rock or last-stone advantage in an end is called the hammer.
  • Before they attacked him, he threw a rock into the crowd.
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Meaning of rock

  • noun A lump or mass of hard consolidated mineral matter
    he threw a rock at me
  • noun Material consisting of the aggregate of minerals like those making up the earth's crust
    that mountain is solid rock, stone is abundant in New England and there are many quarries
  • noun United states gynecologist and devout catholic who conducted the first clinical trials of the oral contraceptive pill (1890-1984)
  • noun (figurative) someone who is strong and stable and dependable
    he was her rock during the crisis, Thou art Peter, and upon this rock I will build my church"--Gospel According to Matthew
  • noun Pitching dangerously to one side
  • verb Move back and forth or sideways
    the ship was rocking, the tall building swayed, She rocked back and forth on her feet
  • verb Cause to move back and forth
    rock the cradle, rock the baby, the wind swayed the trees gently