roll vs role

roll role

Definitions

  • 1) A quantity, as of cloth or wallpaper, rolled into a cylinder and often considered as a unit of measure.
  • 2) The act or an instance of rolling.
  • 3) A piece of parchment or paper that may be or is rolled up; a scroll.
  • 4) Something rolled up.
  • 5) A register or a catalogue.
  • 6) To start to move or operate.
  • 7) To pronounce or utter with a trill.
  • 8) To make a deep, prolonged, surging sound.
  • 9) To beat a drum in a continuous series of short blows.
  • 10) Slang To rob (a drunken, sleeping, or otherwise helpless person).
  • 11) To cause to begin moving or operating.
  • 12) To extend or lay out.
  • 13) To wrap (something) round and round upon itself or around something else. Often used with up:
  • 14) To travel or be moved on wheels or rollers.
  • 15) To travel around; wander.
  • 16) To move or advance with a rising and falling motion; undulate.
  • 17) To extend or appear to extend in gentle rises and falls.
  • 18) To move or push along on wheels or rollers.
  • 19) To envelop or enfold in a covering.
  • 20) To take the shape of a ball or cylinder.
  • 21) To make by shaping into a ball or cylinder.
  • 22) Printing To apply ink to (type) with a roller or rollers.
  • 23) To utter or emit in full, swelling tones.
  • 24) To turn around or revolve on an axis.
  • 25) To work or succeed in a sustained way; gain momentum.
  • 26) To move forward along a surface by revolving on an axis or by repeatedly turning over.
  • 27) To travel or be carried in a vehicle.
  • 28) To turn over and over.
  • 29) Slang To experience periodic rushes after taking an intoxicating drug, especially MDMA.
  • 30) To impart a swaying, rocking motion to.
  • 31) To cause to move forward along a surface by revolving on an axis or by repeatedly turning over.
  • 32) To pour, flow, or move in a continual stream.
  • 33) To become flattened by pressure applied by a roller.
  • 34) To be carried on a stream.
  • 35) Games To throw (dice), as in craps.
  • 36) To turn around or partly turn around; rotate.
  • 37) To go by; elapse.
  • 38) To move or rock from side to side.
  • 39) To beat (a drum) with a continuous series of short blows.
  • 40) To shift the gaze usually quickly and continually.
  • 41) To make a sustained trilling sound, as certain birds do.
  • 42) To spread, compress, or flatten by applying pressure with a roller.
  • 43) To impel or send onward in a steady, swelling motion.
  • 44) To recur. Often used with around:
  • 45) To move in a periodic revolution, as a planet in its orbit.
  • 46) To walk with a swaying, unsteady motion.
  • 47) To enjoy ample amounts.

Definitions

  • 1) grammar : The function of a word in a phrase.
  • 2) The function or position of something.
  • 3) A character or part played by a performer or actor.
  • 4) The expected behaviour of an individual in a society.
  • 5) A function or position. synonym: function.
  • 6) A character or part played by a performer.
  • 7) Linguistics The function of a word or construction, as in a sentence.
  • 8) The characteristic and expected social behavior of an individual.

Examples

  • 1) Served in buttered cob rolls with extra chutney and sliced cucumber.
  • 2) This was the last roll of the dice.
  • 3) The video went live and the money rolled in.
  • 4) The year has been a coaching and public relations triumph rolled into one.
  • 5) The draw has been kind and he can roll back the years.
  • 6) The earliest pounds you invest will have the longest to roll up into big nest eggs.
  • 7) That sounds like the roll call from a bad night in Homs.
  • 8) The technology is there to do mobile payments, now it’s about getting it rolled out commercially.
  • 9) The scheme will be rolled out across England from December.
  • 10) It makes rolls with yummy cheese already in the middle.
  • 11) Will she be rolling in money at some point?
  • 12) Sit on the edge of a chair and arch your back by rolling your hips forward.
  • 13) This is actually a few questions rolled into one.
  • 14) The public is in no mood to watch multimillionaires rolling on the ground feigning injury.
  • 15) The cautious man would roll the dice now.
  • 16) The roll call is long and varied.
  • 17) They want to roll in the hay.
  • 18) White pulled to a halt and rolled down the window.
  • 19) There will be no red carpet rolled out for me.
  • 20) One of them is a stylish roll across a car bonnet.
  • 21) The rolling hills around are home to deer.
  • 22) Gently squeeze the mat to form a tight roll.
  • 23) We rolled along towards the white towns looking like summer snow caps atop the peaks.
  • 24) Once mashed the butter is rolled in clingfilm and frozen.
  • 25) They rolled about the sofa together like cubs.
  • 26) Wrap one in a wet piece of kitchen roll and pop it in the freezer.
  • 27) Tuck in the sides while rolling up each parcel.
  • 28) And the cheese rolling is a funny one.
  • 29) Then watch the money and fame roll in!
  • 30) When the blue wave rolls nightly on deep Galilee.
  • 31) It sounded like a rolling inquiry, and an endless one.
  • 32) The former England cricketer rolled his car at a hairpin near the end of the first stage.
  • 33) Choose a roll of galvanised wire of a thickness you can pull tight - it can be quite a tough job.
  • 34) ‘A ball rolls slowly into the frame, its impetus unseen.’
  • 35) ‘But the car is already wrecked against a tree, and a beach ball rolls away from it.’
  • 36) ‘One shocking scene shows street children assaulting a wino and gleefully rolling him down the stairs, punishment for his spiritual and physical corruption.’
  • 37) ‘Michael and his friends take out their rage on the teacher by duct-taping him to his chair and repeatedly rolling him across the floor.’
  • 38) ‘After a few moments, Meagan saw the ball slowly rolling away near the swings.’
  • 39) ‘Why the law of momentum conservation is not violated when a ball rolls down a hill and gains momentum?’
  • 40) ‘Aiming carefully, she took the shot and the ball rolled to a stop about a foot from the hole.’
  • 41) ‘She laughingly recalled a day when Pearl, then in her thirties, had inexplicably rolled a large rock into the living room of the house where she and other children were playing.’
  • 42) ‘This can result in a loss of operational control, with the wheel possibly rolling away from the unit and injuring bystanders.’
  • 43) ‘In the opening sequence, a huge boulder rolls down the hillside, barely missing him and landing in the swimming pool.’
  • 44) ‘He was filmed throwing about five stones and rolling a beer barrel down the hill towards the police line.’
  • 45) ‘The gods had condemned him to ceaselessly roll a rock to the top of a mountain, whence the stone would fall back of its own weight.’
  • 46) ‘This all just happens, like a boulder rolling downhill, but without any sense of danger.’
  • 47) ‘Facing each other, the female rolls the egg from a furry fold in her abdomen to the male who balances it on his toes and slips his coat over it to keep it warm.’
  • 48) ‘Their efforts were rewarded just two minutes from time when the ball was rolled back to Bullock some 25 yards from goal.’
  • 49) ‘The United midfielder rolled the ball back for Andy Cole who crashed a shot into the net.’
  • 50) ‘Spectacularly, sweets rolled in all directions, across the floor and underneath the chairs.’
  • 51) ‘She shrugged, and then rolled off to her side, yawning and falling asleep.’
  • 52) ‘I sighed and rolled onto my stomach, lying face down on the cot.’
  • 53) ‘I rolled onto my stomach and lay there for a while.’
  • 54) ‘Sadie groaned and rolled onto her side.’
  • 55) ‘I heard the door open, and I rolled onto my side and looked.’
  • 56) ‘Some time later he felt a hand shaking him, then rolling him onto his back.’
  • 57) ‘I rolled him onto his side.’
  • 58) ‘He needed an oxygen machine to help him breathe and a team of nurses to roll him over in bed.’
  • 59) ‘Sean took a look at him and said, "Yup, he's burnt real bad, roll him over".’
  • 60) ‘rolling onto her stomach, Elizabeth closed her eyes in an effort to lull her body to sleep.’
  • 61) ‘I stretched my legs and rolled onto my stomach.’
  • 62) ‘She stretched her arms over her head, rolling onto her back.’
  • 63) ‘rolling onto her back, Emma put the phone to her ear.’
  • 64) ‘He rolled onto his belly and pressed his face in the wet grass and giggled.’
  • 65) ‘I had to roll partially onto my side to work the keys out of my suit jacket pocket.’
  • 66) ‘She slipped between sheets squeaky with cold, pinched at my hand, a perfunctory touch, and rolled away onto her side.’
  • 67) ‘I gently slid my hands under her shoulder and slowly rolled her onto her back.’
  • 68) ‘Quickly I rolled her over to keep her from choking.’
  • 69) ‘roll the casualty onto one side, keeping the legs straight.’
  • 70) ‘I rolled off to the left, he to the right, so we ended up on our sides, facing each other.’
  • 71) ‘Nothing says humiliation like having a group of kids roll their eyes and point at you, disappointed that your lanky body will be gracing their team.’
  • 72) ‘My favourite moment in the film is when Marto says he could give up the drugs easily and his girlfriend rolls her eyes.’
  • 73) ‘The actor just rolls his eyes and makes the occasional face.’
  • 74) ‘The two live their lives, basically coexisting, with dad usually slinging barbs at his son, telling him to work harder and study more, and with son usually rolling his eyes, sighing audibly, and driving his Jeep.’
  • 75) ‘But you may find yourself rolling your eyes at some of the old-fashioned attitudes and experiences that the characters must face.’
  • 76) ‘I spent a good amount of time rolling my eyes, which frightened me because I worried my contacts would get stuck behind my eyeballs.’
  • 77) ‘That moment also happens to be the precise moment I stopped even trying not to laugh, chuckling to myself and rolling my eyes.’
  • 78) ‘At other times I rolled my eyes, although not that much.’
  • 79) ‘Many of my comrades rolled their eyes when I complained about the film's glaring lack of substance.’
  • 80) ‘They roll their eyes and shake their heads in disbelief.’
  • 81) ‘High art pretensions caused her to roll her eyes.’
  • 82) ‘Instead of continuing the ‘cute’ idea and reinforcing the scene, the music made me roll my eyes instead.’
  • 83) ‘It will make you roll your eyes, but that is part of the enjoyment.’
  • 84) ‘By the end the preposterous level of interaction between these characters left me rolling my eyes.’
  • 85) ‘If you could find a woman who would watch it with you, from beginning to end, without rolling her eyes, then she was a keeper.’
  • 86) ‘This is ludicrous, and you may feel the urge to simultaneously roll your eyes, laugh out loud, and change the channel.’
  • 87) ‘What I wanted to know most was, when women watch this film, are they going to be rolling their eyes?’
  • 88) ‘The director also sounds like he's rolling his eyes when he instructs the actor repeatedly to talk directly into the mic.’
  • 89) ‘In the case of The Sound of Music, there were only four or five times in the film I rolled my eyes at what I consider inane instances of singing.’
  • 90) ‘It was enough to leave me rolling my eyes every time it resurfaced.’
  • 91) ‘I must have spent 10 or 15 minutes rolling on the floor in agony.’
  • 92) ‘They wound up rolling around on the floor.’
  • 93) ‘I had stopped some of my childhood fun such as running with the village boys and catching fish and rolling in the dirt and had started acting more like a young woman.’
  • 94) ‘The dog rolled on the ground.’
  • 95) ‘Nina got down and rolled in the grass to muss her hair and rumple her clothes.’
  • 96) ‘He grinds his teeth, barks like a dog and rolls around on the carpet.’
  • 97) ‘The finale was energetic with all the dancers rolling on the ground.’
  • 98) ‘The boat rolled and nodded gently.’
  • 99) ‘Our boarding party had to get aboard a ship rolling and heaving in large seas.’
  • 100) ‘The aircraft rolled off to the left prior to slicing nose low to 90 degrees down.’
  • 101) ‘All you could hear were people rolling around with laughter.’
  • 102) ‘Within a matter of minutes Scott and I are pretty much rolling around the place.’
  • 103) ‘The moment I tried it I was rolling all over the place.’
  • 104) ‘He hit the kerb and rolled his car.’
  • 105) ‘He began drinking heavily, and after one sodden evening at a local bar he rolled his car on the highway.’
  • 106) ‘It was really scary rolling the car like that.’
  • 107) ‘She fell asleep at the wheel, rolled her sports car, and ended up in a ditch.’
  • 108) ‘One of our guys rolled his oversize truck on a residential street in front of a visiting dignitary.’
  • 109) ‘As they roll the dice, a window in the middle of the game delivers decidedly sinister messages.’
  • 110) ‘Before Leah could roll the dice an ominous knock was heard at the door.’
  • 111) ‘As he put it, he had rolled his dice and he had lost.’
  • 112) ‘He rolls the dice and it hits a 1.’
  • 113) ‘I rolled the dice, hoping for a high number.’
  • 114) ‘If a player rolled a twelve, he collected all the coins on the board.’
  • 115) ‘The odds of rolling a six with one die are 1 in six.’
  • 116) ‘From now on, if anyone rolls a double-one or a double-six, all moves are reversed for the next turn, okay?’
  • 117) ‘There follows a four and a half minute high-angle shot of a carriage wheel rolling along a dirt road, while a male voice-over narration reads a letter the novelist had written to his daughter.’
  • 118) ‘But as they tear down the dirt roads in the dead of night, a truck rolls out of nowhere, they lose control, and their car ends up in a ditch.’
  • 119) ‘A pickup truck rolls down a dark highway.’
  • 120) ‘As the tanks roll into town Charlotte is forced to decide whose safety matters most.’
  • 121) ‘Residents said tanks rolled down their street firing into their homes.’
  • 122) ‘Cross the border into the East, and you could meet tanks rolling down the street.’
  • 123) ‘The trashcan is wheeled, so the whole can be lifted and rolled, though it would require some effort.’
  • 124) ‘As I rolled the shopping cart toward the front door to exit the store, a bell went off.’
  • 125) ‘For a while, he joined the kid on the floor, rolling the toy truck across the room and watching the small boy run after it jubilantly.’
  • 126) ‘He rolled the bike out of the back of his truck.’
  • 127) ‘Isabelle was nervously rolling her skates back and forth.’
  • 128) ‘Today you can still step right off the train and roll your suitcase up the flower-lined path to the hotel.’
  • 129) ‘He rolls the window down and puts on his seat belt.’
  • 130) ‘As the police officer walked toward her, she rolled her window down and smiled politely.’
  • 131) ‘He rolled the windows down and turned the radio up.’
  • 132) ‘It was a hot night and so they rolled the windows down to cool off.’
  • 133) ‘He leaned over and rolled down the passenger side window in one fluid motion.’
  • 134) ‘A single tear rolls down her cheek, and she folds in on herself.’
  • 135) ‘As the movie started, tears began to roll down my cheeks.’
  • 136) ‘Was it exploitation by going in and watching tears roll down their faces?’
  • 137) ‘His eyes glisten as tears roll gently down his cheek.’
  • 138) ‘She sniffled and hugged him tightly, tears rolling slowly down her cheeks.’
  • 139) ‘She was shaking now, tears slowly rolling down her flushed cheeks.’
  • 140) ‘I had awakened from a nightmare with beads of sweat rolling down my face.’
  • 141) ‘She glanced over at the fat lord, beads of sweat rolling down his face.’
  • 142) ‘A bead of sweat rolled down her face, and she swallowed hard.’
  • 143) ‘When a droplet grows larger than a bump and touches the slippery surroundings, it rolls off, down to the beetle's mouth.’
  • 144) ‘The Princess stopped crying and looked prettily up at the shopkeeper, letting just one tear roll down her cheek.’
  • 145) ‘She dabbed it to her eyes and let a single tear roll down her cheek.’
  • 146) ‘As more time rolled on, he too became tired.’
  • 147) ‘As the years rolled by, we began to see light at the end of the tunnel.’
  • 148) ‘They discussed various life events, and learned bits about each other as the days rolled on.’
  • 149) ‘She's getting more and more fussy as the months roll by.’
  • 150) ‘Marriott had a very dark side, and that got worse as the years rolled on.’
  • 151) ‘Increased competition has also led to superior quality products rolling off the local assembly lines.’
  • 152) ‘That's unheard of in an industry where design, engineering, and manufacturing often argue over quality problems right up until the first car rolls off the assembly line.’
  • 153) ‘Suddenly, Brazilians had money to spend - but not on the outmoded, second-rate models that had been rolling off local assembly lines.’
  • 154) ‘The company stands to benefit further from increases in the number of cars rolling off the assembly line.’
  • 155) ‘New products rolled off the line for the first time in years.’
  • 156) ‘The first one rolled off the assembly line of a Taiwanese manufacturing plant in November 2004.’
  • 157) ‘Those companies offered enterprise resource management, a method of tracking materials as they roll off the assembly line.’
  • 158) ‘And together, the big three automakers saw a third of their plants shut down on Friday, which means thousands of cars did not roll off the assembly line.’
  • 159) ‘‘Because this company is so quality-focused, just anything that rolls off the line isn't necessarily going to be acceptable,’ he says.’
  • 160) ‘Sadly, the publication was already out of date as it rolled off the presses.’
  • 161) ‘Sometimes the shift between panels is as subtle as fog rolling through, so that one looks closely to identify the change.’
  • 162) ‘It's like being on a wave rolling into shore; you can't fight it.’
  • 163) ‘A late-afternoon haze rolls over the hills.’
  • 164) ‘We walked on an almost totally deserted beach, with heavy breakers rolling onto the shore.’
  • 165) ‘The music captures the damp chill of the Scottish air and the fog rolling off the moors.’
  • 166) ‘When a storm suddenly rolls in and crashes their boat into a reef, Paul and Barbara man an inflatable life raft and head for the costal town of Imboca for help.’
  • 167) ‘The movie begins as four lifelong friends doing some male-bonding out in the woods when a snowstorm rolls in.’
  • 168) ‘The day is sunny but a fog rolls in and puts a chill into their bones.’
  • 169) ‘Despite his efforts, Simon dies as a tropical storm rolls in, and his body is washed out to sea.’
  • 170) ‘After the child goes missing, time-lapse photography depicts the clouds rapidly rolling in and nestling on the horizon above the rocky outcrops.’
  • 171) ‘The residents of a small seaside town are celebrating the anniversary of their town's birth when a pea souper comes rolling in with some ‘scary’ folk out for revenge on the wrongs that were done to them many moons ago.’
  • 172) ‘The only cinematic cue to promote tension is the following shot of a darkening sky as storm clouds roll in.’
  • 173) ‘Sure, there are plot holes, but most of them don't become apparent until long after the end credits have rolled and the film is being analyzed in a post-screening discussion.’
  • 174) ‘It's the kind of film that sticks with you after the credits roll…’
  • 175) ‘At the end, while the credits roll, we are shown the reactions of the actors on seeing the film for the first time.’
  • 176) ‘Romantic comedies are rarely anything more than the sort of vacuous entertainment one tosses into the DVD player in order to kill 100 or so minutes, then promptly forgets as soon as the end credits are rolling.’
  • 177) ‘When the credits started rolling I actually felt baffled for a moment, wondering if somehow I'd accidentally hit the fast forward button at some point during the film.’
  • 178) ‘There are few films that came out during the past year that left me with as good a feeling when the credits stopped rolling.’
  • 179) ‘Sadly, many folks who pick up this DVD will miss this extra if they stop the disc once the credits start rolling.’
  • 180) ‘Once the end credits started rolling, I pondered for a moment what I liked about the movie.’
  • 181) ‘Afterwards, even a moment's consideration will reveal an avalanche of plot holes, but it is a tribute to the film-makers that these are not recognized until after the end credits have rolled.’
  • 182) ‘An hour after the end credits have rolled, he's the one - perhaps the only one - we remember.’
  • 183) ‘Judging from the comments I heard after the credits rolled, I wasn't the only one who felt this way.’
  • 184) ‘It's a beautiful film, though, with moments that stayed with me long after the credits rolled.’
  • 185) ‘The audience stayed in their chairs silently until the last credit rolled.’
  • 186) ‘As the credits roll, you wonder why you bothered wasting 100 minutes of your life on this flat, soulless piece of throwaway trash.’
  • 187) ‘Overall, this is a clumsy, uneven affair which, by the time the final credits roll, grates.’
  • 188) ‘As the end credits roll, he goes off on this tangent that at first I thought was serious, but quickly realized was an incredibly funny joke.’
  • 189) ‘And even after the movie closes and the credits roll, there are many, many questions still left.’
  • 190) ‘By the time the credits roll, the big question patrons may be asking themselves is, what sort of movie was this supposed to be?’
  • 191) ‘As the opening credits roll, the movie opens to a dark rainy Manhattan night.’
  • 192) ‘After the closing credits have rolled, look back on the words and actions of some of the protagonists, and you'll see that they make no sense.’
  • 193) ‘When the cameras stopped rolling, an astonishing four hundred kilometers of film had been recorded, totaling over 240 hours of footage.’
  • 194) ‘The first plate is prepared, ink is spread on the rollers, paper is laid on the press bed and the machine rolls into action.’
  • 195) ‘The planter was rolling at 6 a.m. every day and didn't stop until 11 p.m.’
  • 196) ‘He just placed seven cameras with infrared tape and microphones in different areas of his studio and let them roll.’
  • 197) ‘As the cameras roll, an attractive young woman sits at the newsdesk reading the autocue.’
  • 198) ‘He’ll shoot the flick between other projects, and plans to get the cameras rolling soon.’
  • 199) ‘She forgot how to act when the cameras began rolling.’
  • 200) ‘As one might expect, this collection spotlights the massive amount of work that took place before the cameras even began rolling.’
  • 201) ‘Working from a very loose story outline, the actors create their characters when the camera begins to roll.’
  • 202) ‘After that there was an understanding that the cameras could be rolling at any time and any footage taken could potentially find its way into the film.’
  • 203) ‘Were there any other issues that needed to be resolved before the cameras could roll?’
  • 204) ‘It was as though everybody had a huge argument right before the camera started rolling and could hardly wait to get back to their respective trailers.’
  • 205) ‘However, because the fight was brief, they kept the camera rolling.’
  • 206) ‘I really want to just obey my own impulses when the camera's rolling.’
  • 207) ‘We see him stomping through sets, leaping through obstacles, and grabbing extras, making sure they are in the proper place when the cameras roll.’
  • 208) ‘Then, just as the cameras were about to roll, I heard the devastating news: Doris had died in August.’
  • 209) ‘If you two don't mind, it's time to roll!’
  • 210) ‘The moment Ed Lake heard the words, he thought: All right. Let's roll!’
  • 211) ‘"Come on guys, let's roll."’
  • 212) ‘Seconds later a man with a thin, frowning face said, 'Let's roll.'’
  • 213) ‘You've never seen children so anxious to get rolling.’
  • 214) ‘I really want to get rolling on my new movie.’
  • 215) ‘I really want to get rolling on it.’
  • 216) ‘Blogging, as you will find out once you get rolling, requires thick skin and a level head.’
  • 217) ‘Once you have plugged in your equipment, connected the unit to the power source, you're ready to roll!’
  • 218) ‘That comment is inappropriate: I don't know what website you think you are on, but that is not how we roll.’
  • 219) ‘Dads aren't worried if you forget them, that is the way we roll in the Dad world.’
  • 220) ‘I told her I don't make financial decisions without consulting my husband: that's not how we roll.’
  • 221) ‘One thing I won't apologize for is how geeky this episode is because that's how we roll here.’
  • 222) ‘I decide when I drink, ok? I don't care if it's a Saturday. That's how I roll.’
  • 223) ‘"That's how I roll," he told us, popping the cap off a bottle and taking a long draw.’
  • 224) ‘For my first post I wanted to tell you guys that when it comes to SEO, this is how I roll.’
  • 225) ‘I want an ICED latte, even in this cold weather. It's just how I roll.’
  • 226) ‘We were at a professional sound studio - because that's just how we roll, you know.’
  • 227) ‘We hope you've gotten a glimpse of what we're about and how we roll.’
  • 228) ‘I'm going to write a blog post about it that'll live online forever, but that's just the way I roll.’
  • 229) ‘If a print is too large and has to be rolled and sent in a tube, it should be taken out immediately after it arrived at its destination.’
  • 230) ‘Paintings can be rolled and carried in a pocket.’
  • 231) ‘He looks back at his usual table and sees Gilbert finish his coffee, roll up his paper, and exit.’
  • 232) ‘I just nodded at him before beginning to roll up the blankets and tie them together.’
  • 233) ‘She rolled the shirt into a ball and threw it into a garbage bag.’
  • 234) ‘I had tried folding them, rolling them up, laying them flat, squishing them together until they were all wrinkled, but it just seemed impossible to fit that amount of clothes in such a small space.’
  • 235) ‘You take the circular tortilla and then put a goodly dollop of salsa, or cream or whatever you like in the middle, some strips of chicken with onion and bell pepper, roll it up, fold over the ends and start enjoying.’
  • 236) ‘The decision having been taken to clean and conserve the painting, it was removed from its frame and stretcher, rolled up, and transported to the conservation studios.’
  • 237) ‘Some are roughly wrapped around wooden frames and screwed and bolted into place; others are cut into strips, which are then rolled up and fastened with plastic ties.’
  • 238) ‘With the hand scroll, a long horizontal painting, a combination of text and image is mounted onto a scroll and rolled up for storage.’
  • 239) ‘These flexible batteries can be rolled up, fit into corners, or embedded in thin plastic cards.’
  • 240) ‘Colorful dish towels were rolled up and placed in a festive basket.’
  • 241) ‘The sleeping mats had been rolled up and set against the wall and the folded blankets were stacked neatly upon a chair.’
  • 242) ‘About 100 of these maps had been rolled up and were just sitting on top of a cabinet.’
  • 243) ‘The oldest resident couple occupies the bed, with children and younger adults sleeping on reed mats on the floor; the mats are rolled up when not in use.’
  • 244) ‘He kept a bow for hunting purposes, and a blanket was rolled up behind him.’
  • 245) ‘Shortly the tent was rolled up and strapped to the bottom of Gamal's pack.’
  • 246) ‘The more tightly the tube is rolled up, the harder it becomes to see that it has a circular cross section, since this circular dimension gets smaller and smaller.’
  • 247) ‘By the time they got there, though, the chairs were stacked, the rug had been rolled up, and the people were gone.’
  • 248) ‘He got up and started rolling his sleeping bag up.’
  • 249) ‘Don looked up from the podium, rolling the drawing up.’
  • 250) ‘‘It shouldn't be for a while,’ he replied, rolling the map back up and replacing it.’
  • 251) ‘When Arthur comes in from work in his bib and brace, his sleeves are rolled up above his elbows, and I see the inside of his arms, the sinews and knotty veins.’
  • 252) ‘Just one donation can save the life of more than one patient so you can make a real difference from the very first time you roll your sleeve up to give blood.’
  • 253) ‘His sleeves were rolled up far enough to show varied tattoos.’
  • 254) ‘He was dressed just like Wesley except his sleeves were rolled up instead of his pants and he wore a white shirt instead of a blue one.’
  • 255) ‘One sleeve of his tunic was rolled up.’
  • 256) ‘The sleeves were rolled up to just below his elbows, giving me a glimpse of his toned, lightly tanned, and smoothly muscled forearms.’
  • 257) ‘His sleeves were rolled up and his eyes ran over a piece of paper.’
  • 258) ‘His shirt sleeves were rolled up, his collar unbuttoned, and his red tie hung loosely around his neck.’
  • 259) ‘His sleeves are rolled up as though he should be the one immersed in washing up.’
  • 260) ‘He rolled his sleeves up to his elbows.’
  • 261) ‘Taking a deep breath, she rolled her sleeves up to the elbow.’
  • 262) ‘Then she asked me to roll my sleeves up again and I knew something was wrong.’
  • 263) ‘She had a towel around her neck and her sleeves were rolled up.’
  • 264) ‘The first few buttons were unbuttoned and his sleeves were rolled up to the elbows.’
  • 265) ‘The cuffs of his sleeves were rolled up nearly to his elbows, revealing minor scratches and cuts on his tan arms.’
  • 266) ‘For some reason, his left sleeve was rolled up to his elbow, exposing his pale forearm.’
  • 267) ‘His sleeves were rolled up almost to the elbows.’
  • 268) ‘His sleeves were rolled up to just below his elbows.’
  • 269) ‘His sleeves had been rolled up to his elbows, and he stared at me expectantly.’
  • 270) ‘The cuffs were rolled up almost to his elbows.’
  • 271) ‘He sits hunched on his stool, rolling himself a cigarette.’
  • 272) ‘She took out a packet of tobacco, rolled herself a cigarette and lit it from the candle that was burning on the table.’
  • 273) ‘He rolled a spliff, left his house and began to walk towards Woolstone Road.’
  • 274) ‘Quickly and deftly he rolled a joint and lit it.’
  • 275) ‘She rushes off with the first long-haired motorcyclist who looks like he knows how to roll a joint.’
  • 276) ‘She rolled into a ball on the floor.’
  • 277) ‘If you give an armadillo a fright, he'll stop, and drop, and roll up tight.’
  • 278) ‘Pull your knees into your chest, hugging them, and roll into a ball.’
  • 279) ‘They learned how to roll cheese from a team of brawny factory workers who made fun of the tiny women even as they insisted on perfection.’
  • 280) ‘By rolling down the cover crop in spring instead of mowing it, the cover crop takes longer to decompose and becomes a weed-suppressing mulch.’
  • 281) ‘On a lightly floured surface roll the pastry into a rectangle.’
  • 282) ‘The pitch had been rolled flat.’
  • 283) ‘A very thin clay slab is made by rolling it between sheets of plastic wrap.’
  • 284) ‘But the lightening has flashed and the thunder rolled…’
  • 285) ‘Captivated by the breathtaking scenery, his sensitive response to nature encapsulated his impression of the roar of the waves rolling into the cavern and the cries of the seabirds.’
  • 286) ‘Lightning forked the sky outside and the thunder rolled down the hills in a tumble.’
  • 287) ‘One night I heard the sound of thunder rolling in my direction.’
  • 288) ‘The sound of a dull explosion rolled across the city.’
  • 289) ‘The sound rolls in like a terrible thunder: a booming and coruscating blast of noise that rumbles darkly and sparks with light.’
  • 290) ‘As thunder rolled in the distance, Jumabaev contacted the spirits and then began an extraordinary performance, entering a trance-like state as he sang for 40 minutes.’
  • 291) ‘When he spoke, his peculiar way of rolling his r's made him difficult to understand.’
  • 292) ‘Her fake accent irritated me a bit -- particularly the way she rolled the letter R.’
  • 293) ‘Croatian speakers are used to rolling the ‘r’ sound in all of the words in their Native language.’
  • 294) ‘Still, the group has spirit, and it is funny to hear some of the choristers dramatically rolling their r's while others sing the Latin text with an obvious American accent.’
  • 295) ‘He rolls his lines around in his mouth as if relishing their taste, and you can almost smell the bourbon and cigars on his breath when he talks.’
  • 296) ‘He rolls each syllable of ‘Lo-li-ta’ across the tip of his tongue.’
  • 297) ‘‘She is goooorrrrrgeous, isn't she?’ he asks, rolling the words around in his mouth.’
  • 298) ‘He rolls the word over in his mouth.’
  • 299) ‘‘No,’ she said very slowly, rolling the denial on her tongue thickly.’
  • 300) ‘If he could, he would have let the words roll off his tongue.’
  • 301) ‘They stuck together for years, and the names still roll off the tongue.’
  • 302) ‘The writing was excellent, with Verity's sarcastic one-liners to customers simply rolling off the tongue.’
  • 303) ‘The soft melodic lyrics roll off his tongue effortlessly.’
  • 304) ‘The industry jargon that rolls off his tongue is that of a consummate marketer.’
  • 305) ‘It rolls off the tongue and seems slightly mysterious and powerful.’
  • 306) ‘The company launched a huge branding campaign to get its name rolling off everyone's tongue.’
  • 307) ‘That seems to be the question rolling off every tongue these days.’
  • 308) ‘The word " Liverpool " rolls off his tongue as if it were Eden.’
  • 309) ‘Portugal, Florida, Canada, and London roll off her tongue with ease.’
  • 310) ‘There are 32 hours I blacked out, but I think I mostly watched television and maybe rolled a liquor store.’
  • 311) ‘He was rolled by a group of hooligans.’
  • 312) ‘She rolled a bank in Albuquerque.’
  • 313) ‘He buys paper in a roll and cuts it himself into 32-by 40-inch sheets.’
  • 314) ‘He said that he pictured him pulling the paper from a roll and cutting and tearing it where it suits him.’
  • 315) ‘Here are some new photos from the one roll of film which I just got back today.’
  • 316) ‘I love to work with rolls of paper to make three-dimensional paper sculptures.’
  • 317) ‘The Doctor was pulling a roll of duct tape out of the bag.’
  • 318) ‘From his satchel York pulled out a roll of duct tape.’
  • 319) ‘Bryce, after pausing quickly to grab the roll of film, ran after him.’
  • 320) ‘Within these sessions, the artists were given a roll of 16-mm film to shoot whatever they wanted.’
  • 321) ‘These body parts stand in relief against shadows gathering under the studio lights, the subject posed against a roll of white backdrop paper.’
  • 322) ‘Simply attach black bin bags to the windows with your trusty roll of gaffer tape thereby preventing light leaking in.’
  • 323) ‘When she visited Venice, she shot 40 rolls of film, took the film home and used her memory, the pictures and sketches of particular scenes to create a painting.’
  • 324) ‘It consists of a display of empty wood frames, piles of crates, rolls of canvas covered with brown pigment and charred-looking objects in wooden and cardboard boxes.’
  • 325) ‘The disadvantage of this kind of pantry storage is that it is not designed for bulkier items like multiple rolls of toilet paper or paper towels.’
  • 326) ‘I recently came across the first roll of film I ever shot.’
  • 327) ‘He gives her the wrong roll of film, and in return, she gives him a fake phone number.’
  • 328) ‘Several big rolls of reed matting, which must be building materials, are propped up against the walls of the central structure.’
  • 329) ‘People come with their rolls of film to this supermarket to have their snapshots developed.’
  • 330) ‘The basic materials are sheets of 20 x 28 inch poster board, glitter, Elmer's glue, foil from candy wrappers and rolls of Christmas paper.’
  • 331) ‘In the past he has replicated rolls of floral-printed toilet paper in silk, modeled Tupperware cups of beeswax and created sponges of balsa wood.’
  • 332) ‘Perforated cards began to replace barrels for fairground organs during the 19th century, and at about that time the player piano, with a punched paper roll, was introduced.’
  • 333) ‘The fabric usually comes on 72-inch- wide rolls.’
  • 334) ‘The left panel depicts a portion of a roll of shiny steel being formed at a factory.’
  • 335) ‘It looked like rolls of thick sausage on their stomachs.’
  • 336) ‘Protruding out the open sides were thick rolls of flesh that undulated like two well-fed seals.’
  • 337) ‘Every wrinkle, blemish and bruise, every traitorous little roll of fat, remains intact.’
  • 338) ‘I wonder if I should tell the others I still have a roll of candy in my pocket?’
  • 339) ‘They featured brightly colored birds and flowering trees hand-painted on rice papers that were glued together to form a roll.’
  • 340) ‘Casual classics such as fried clams, fish and chips and lobster rolls are transformed into elegant fare.’
  • 341) ‘The processing plant now produces several types of dough and bread products, including its latest addition: a frozen cinnamon roll that can be microwaved.’
  • 342) ‘The little bistro offers excellent breakfasts of fluffy scrambled eggs, warm cinnamon rolls, and frothy lattes.’
  • 343) ‘They come to dine on the popular eatery's cinnamon rolls.’
  • 344) ‘He stares soulfully past the camera, on toward a catering truck where sushi rolls and ham sandwiches dwell side by side in harmony.’
  • 345) ‘Paola got her vegetable spring rolls with plum sauce.’
  • 346) ‘I am never eating another sausage roll as long as I live.’
  • 347) ‘They had bought a sausage roll each and held a bottle of pop in their hands.’
  • 348) ‘Other starters included soup, chicken wings, and mini vegetable spring rolls.’
  • 349) ‘He pulled a huge roll of fifties and twenties from his pocket.’
  • 350) ‘In his pocket was a roll of notes, his pay-off for the night's work.’
  • 351) ‘He pulls a roll of notes from his back pocket and peels off a tenner.’
  • 352) ‘When she handed me a huge roll of cash I was shocked at the amount.’
  • 353) ‘He reached into his pocket and pulled out a roll of cash.’
  • 354) ‘Rain drops, dices rolls, the clack of betting chips, and peasants working in the fields all make their own sort of music.’
  • 355) ‘He continually plays to the courtroom audience with rolls of his eyes, rubbing his head, or agitated fanning of his face.’
  • 356) ‘Suddenly the art houses of America turned on him with a collective eye roll.’
  • 357) ‘An extra minutes play was signalled and in one last effort Laois threw their last roll of the dice.’
  • 358) ‘When the healthy horse stands up after a good roll, he will usually go for a nice run and may buck a few times.’
  • 359) ‘As part of our warm up, we were doing tumbles and on one of them (a reverse handstand into a roll) I stupidly hit my own face with my knee.’
  • 360) ‘She throws herself into a roll and ends up with legs and feet at all angles.’
  • 361) ‘She sees stars wheel overhead, the world tumbling around her, and she turns her tumble into a roll.’
  • 362) ‘Near the end of seventh grade the teacher in gym class had us run, jump over a hurdle, and land on a mat head first while doing a roll.’
  • 363) ‘He does a little bit of gymnastics; he can even do a dive roll!’
  • 364) ‘She started Hazel on some somersaults then dive rolls and had started on backwards walkovers, when she heard Hazel complain.’
  • 365) ‘Although she excelled on multiple events, she is remembered by some most for her beam routines, which included some unusual skills at the time: a side roll and one arm handstand.’
  • 366) ‘When it came to performing, I used to specialise in the solo exercises on the floor, which meant doing handstands, headstands, rolls, jumps, flips - everything.’
  • 367) ‘The flames engulfed the left wing before the plane went into a roll and crashed.’
  • 368) ‘He was flying alone and performing rolls in a 1940s vintage plane when its wing touched the ground, causing the crash.’
  • 369) ‘If you perform the roll on takeoff well, you'll still see some of Runway 10 ahead of you.’
  • 370) ‘The chassis displays impressive levels of composure and minimal roll through the turns.’
  • 371) ‘The system can directly measure the roll of the vehicle frame as it passes over such terrain.’
  • 372) ‘At every roll of the boat the water would rush in.’
  • 373) ‘On the first night only two out of 48 remained at dinner, the rest having succumbed to the pitching roll of the boat.’
  • 374) ‘Three on-board computers must adjust the plane's pitch and roll 40 times a second.’
  • 375) ‘A sudden roll of thunder rumbled over the meadow.’
  • 376) ‘A loud roll of thunder filled the air of the streets of the city.’
  • 377) ‘Dark clouds gathered, there was the distant, yet unmistakable roll of thunder.’
  • 378) ‘The booming roll of thunder shattered the tranquility of the forest.’
  • 379) ‘She listened to the crash and roll of the surf below.’
  • 380) ‘The orchestral instrument uses softer beaters, like giant timpani sticks, often double-ended so that a roll may be played one-handed by twisting the wrist.’
  • 381) ‘Learn how to play a six stroke roll on the drums in this free video music lesson.’
  • 382) ‘Remember, you are not limited to playing a roll on the snare drum!’
  • 383) ‘A roll can't just be thrown in, it's got to be in time with the music.’
  • 384) ‘The bakery produces organic breads, rolls, and cookies.’
  • 385) ‘We make 150 different types of breads and rolls out of this plant.’
  • 386) ‘The organic burgers and all-beef polish sausages will be served with organic condiments on organic rolls.’
  • 387) ‘She grabbed the bag, then stuffed a bread roll into her mouth.’
  • 388) ‘The baker used to be up early baking gorgeous, hot crusty rolls for breakfast.’
  • 389) ‘The movie ends with the purchase of warm rolls at dawn.’
  • 390) ‘Their names read like a roll of the literary and artistic talents of that brilliant age.’
  • 391) ‘He wasn't a class officer or an honor roll geek, but he was certainly above average in just about everything he did.’
  • 392) ‘Such responsibility and stewardship seems to characterize these and all the other projects in this year's honor roll.’
  • 393) ‘Of the 322 plants in 1999, 140 were listed on the Brazilian export roll.’
  • 394) ‘The new buildings erected in the 1960s and 1970s were needed to accommodate the swelling numbers on the school roll.’
  • 395) ‘However, the 1503-5 membership rolls are among the few fortunate survivors from a once larger archive.’
  • 396) ‘Eventually, the buildings will be leased or sold, putting untaxed property back on the tax rolls.’
  • 397) ‘Nicholas, 16, is an honor roll high school student.’
  • 398) ‘Mysterious extra voters appeared on the voting rolls in some constituencies.’
  • 399) ‘I worry about incremental reforms that take so many people off the tax rolls in order to make them politically palatable.’
  • 400) ‘For dairy, which employed nearly 137,000 people three years ago, employment rolls are expected to fall 9.3 percent in the next seven years.’
  • 401) ‘She said she would support the proposal because of concern about the falling school rolls.’
  • 402) ‘This is not a case of falling school rolls and a declining area.’
  • 403) ‘Schools which parents perceive to be ‘good’ are able to expand their pupil roll, while other schools may face declining rolls.’
  • 404) ‘Township School also began to experience a dramatic fall in the roll, from 1200 in the mid seventies to 500 in the early nineties.’
  • 405) ‘The roll appears to have been commissioned by one Sir Thomas Chaworth in the 1320s and passed by descent until sold privately by the Chaworth Musters family in 1988.’
  • 406) ‘They also occur for his father, John Ashby, in a roll dated c.1480-1500.’
  • 407) ‘Illuminated manuscripts are handwritten books or rolls with painted decoration and illustration.’
  • 408) ‘Each inventory consists of a vellum roll listing the contents of the house room by room, in more or less detail, with estimated total values given for each room.’
  • 409) ‘The gentle roll of the hills pleases the senses.’
  • 410) ‘The dip and roll of the country conceals low hills topped by historic towns.’
  • 411) ‘The neatly planted rows of corn and sugar beets accentuate the gentle roll of the landscape.’
  • 412) ‘The land is good for growing trees and better for pastures than crop farming because of the land's roll.’
  • 413) ‘This parkland-styled course has tree-lined fairways that follow the gentle roll of the surrounding topography.’
  • 414) ‘The heated bars pass through the rolls seven to eight times.’
  • 415) ‘As the sheets of metal pass through the rolls, they are squeezed thinner and extruded through the gap between the rolls.’
  • 416) ‘Steel sheets are manufactured in a rolling process where the rolls are used to reduce the sheet thickness and to achieve the desired surface characteristics.’
  • 417) ‘The heated billets (short lengths of red hot steel) shoot out of the reheating furnace and are caught by the fettlers, men equipped with large pincers, and fed manually into the mill roll.’

Examples

  • 1) We should confidently promote them and the role they play.
  • 2) His varied career is mainly defined by character roles.
  • 3) Yet it is his role as part of that attacking unit that is crucial.
  • 4) The issue of integration will play a huge role in that.
  • 5) Gender roles are definitely part of the problem.
  • 6) Rugby union is one gigantic chain with one man's role integral to another.
  • 7) It was a free role, but one which meant he would become the hardest working player in the team.
  • 8) And he will play the lead role again, though he doesn't know when.
  • 9) I was only meant to be on it for 15 minutes, and the role just grew and grew.
  • 10) Tourism has played a major role in helping countries affected by war.
  • 11) Your role is just to walk through.
  • 12) In films she specialised in supporting roles and character parts.
  • 13) Each of us has a specific role that no one can replace.
  • 14) The team talks are part of my role.
  • 15) She continued to appear in supporting roles in important studio films and starring roles in smaller movies.
  • 16) But there were to be other older actors playing key roles.
  • 17) You can think clearly about work and plans you make today play a lucky role in your future.
  • 18) You tell me one glamorous role that is in a good movie you have seen in the last ten years.
  • 19) Played a leading role in the discovery of the Antarctic ozone hole.
  • 20) My role is just to be there, to comfort him and hopefully make him smile.
  • 21) An enthusiastic and accomplished actor, he took lead roles in many of their productions.
  • 22) No one person has taken on mum's role or character.
  • 23) It's just that our role and focus have changed.
  • 24) He had fulfilled his own executioner's role.
  • 25) I saw an early screening of her first leading role and thought she was brilliant.
  • 26) I do tend to get cast in roles where the characters are pretty rough and very damaged.
  • 27) The whole point of the man is running around - it's a role for an actor.
  • 28) And indeed he hadn't: at least six actors took his role.
  • 29) Although he is yet to find an €œauthor-backed role€ and dislikes having to audition after proving himself, Tanay is lucky for having retained a foothold in Bollywood by playing the young Shah Rukh in Karan Johar€ ™ s My Name Is Khan. €œHe had auditioned for the role much before Slumdog but Karan Johar insisted he wanted him after Slumdog€ ™ s success, € says Tejal, who will not hire a professional manager lest he overbook her son.
  • 30) The term role model is grossly, grossly overused these days.
  • 31) Recently available from the Criterion Collection, it stars Robert Mitchum in the title role, meaning that he's not a hero, not even an anti-hero, just a victim of circumstance.
  • 32) Anita uses what little knowledge she can access in order to survive Alejandra Manzo gives a breakout performance in the title role, mostly just by being herself.
  • 33) ‘The film also uses actors not known for quality feature film acting or stage roles.’
  • 34) ‘Most of the major roles were cast with actors I already knew and with whom I had acted earlier in my career.’
  • 35) ‘Last she got to play varied kind of roles in films like Kastoorimaan where she had an author-backed role.’
  • 36) ‘He plays on the brooding darkness that is present in almost all of his film roles, taking it up a notch for this role.’
  • 37) ‘He's just one of a number of actors in small roles who add plenty of class to the film.’
  • 38) ‘He had a major zombie role in the film and was preparing for a big time attack scene later in the shoot.’
  • 39) ‘The studio then had her appear in cameo roles in two more films.’
  • 40) ‘He also was prone to filing lawsuits and making absurd financial demands to do even cameo roles in films.’
  • 41) ‘He demonstrates that even in a few scenes, he can still fulfill the promise his early film roles showed.’
  • 42) ‘In a film requiring clearly drawn roles, the cast is almost totally interchangeable.’
  • 43) ‘The three who did come to play these roles in the film were all under contract to Paramount at the time.’
  • 44) ‘He has his cast so involved in the film and in their roles that they seem to inhabit the parts they play.’
  • 45) ‘It was a great role for a genre film - you don't normally get to do much beyond screaming and running.’
  • 46) ‘It was nice to play a leading role in a film, be given that responsibility and to be the driving force in the movie.’
  • 47) ‘For the role of the ventriloquist in Magic I got some training from a guy called Denis Allwood.’
  • 48) ‘Still, this has to be a role that every actress in Hollywood would surely have done anything to play.’
  • 49) ‘She has the presence to carry the film, and the supporting roles are well-cast.’
  • 50) ‘Her sister Lynn's performance in this film could also move her into more acting roles.’
  • 51) ‘Linney and Aykroyd serve as the film's villains and do quite a lot with small roles.’
  • 52) ‘I am looking for variety in roles and luckily all the films that I am doing have different subjects.’
  • 53) ‘She stopped everything to care for her mother and assumed the caregiver role in the domestic sphere.’
  • 54) ‘What part of ourselves was lost when we assumed our respective roles?’
  • 55) ‘During the first part of Hals's career the militia companies continued to play a vital role in the defence of each city.’
  • 56) ‘Let it be clear that I do believe that the National Gallery has a vital role to play in the new South Africa.’
  • 57) ‘One of the military's major roles here is functioning as paid mercenaries and security guards for oil companies.’
  • 58) ‘What is her role as a mother and ultimately what is her feminine strength?’
  • 59) ‘In particular, they were a product of the treatment of women and their role in society at the time.’
  • 60) ‘In part that has arisen out of misunderstanding about its changing role as a custodian of art and architecture.’
  • 61) ‘Both men are suspicious of each other, fully aware of the roles they are meant to play in society.’
  • 62) ‘Discuss the role of euphemisms in disguising something that is inherently bad.’
  • 63) ‘We talked a bit about art and writing and the role of artists and writers in society.’
  • 64) ‘At about the time of the Russian Revolution he had become interested in politics and in the role art could play in society.’
  • 65) ‘If you then look at these European films, these are films where the role of the director is much bigger.’
  • 66) ‘This remarkable reversal of roles is the film's strongest dynamic and occurs between virtually all the characters.’
  • 67) ‘It had been clear to me, even if only in a diffuse sense, that film would play a role in my life.’
  • 68) ‘Despite such criticism, he defends the right of great nations to assume prominent roles on the world stage.’
  • 69) ‘Cohesion funding assumed a central role in budgetary politics in the late 1980s with the arrival of the Iberian states.’
  • 70) ‘In recent years, the 64 year-old mother of six took a pivotal community leadership role, promoting reconciliation.’
  • 71) ‘The finance office performs a vital role in the process - they have the money.’
  • 72) ‘He said education had played a pivotal role in the economic development of many countries.’
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