roller coaster

  1. anything characterized by abrupt and extreme changes (especially up and down)
    the economy has been on a roller coaster all year
  2. elevated railway in an amusement park (usually with sharp curves and steep inclines)
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How To Use roller coaster In A Sentence

  • Because it is hidden in a valley, the first time you see this inverted roller coaster ride properly is when you are about to join the queue. The Sun
  • Life is a roller coaster, you have your ups and downs unless you fall off.
  • Calamity Jane is an action-packed, rip-roaring roller coaster of a show with one of the most witty and memorable musical scores.
  • There are no guarantees in the housing market today, and it's always a roller coaster ride, and I was looking for something that would give me residual income.
  • The only out of place sounds were the screams coming from the roller coaster just a lengths away from the hotel.
  • Looking at the available rides, the four friends could see a large Ferris wheel, a colorful merry-go-round, funhouses, a popular roller coaster and many more.
  • Life is a roller coaster, you have your ups and downs unless you fall off.
  • The privatisation roller coaster when everyone was encouraged to become a shareholder left many with irrecoverable losses.
  • I screamed myself silly on the roller coaster.
  • Pros: Ducking in and out of ice caves adds a nice touch to what could have been a typical roller coaster.
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