roll

Synonyms and related words:
Danish, Danish pastry, English muffin, Parker House roll, Yorkshire pudding, account, advance, agenda, align, amble, angular momentum, angular motion, angular velocity, annals, arrive, axial motion, backing, bagel, bale, bank, bankroll, barge, barrage, barrel, bask, bask in, be effortless, be painless, be poised, be reflected, be sent back, beadroll, beat, beat a ruffle, beat a tattoo, beating, bialy, bialystoker, bibliofilm, billow, billowing, bindle, bipack, black-and-white film, blank, blunder, bob, bobble, bole, bolt, boom, booming, bore, bounce back, bouquet, bowl, bowl along, bowling, break, breakers, budget, bun, bundle, bunt, butt, cackle, cadastre, calendar, calender, cannonade, careen, career, carol, cartridge, cask, cast, catalog, catalogue, caw, census, census report, centrifugation, chatter, checklist, checkroll, cheep, chirk, chirograph, chirp, chirr, chirrup, chitter, chop, choppiness, chopping sea, chronicle, chronicles, chuck, circle, circulation, circumgyration, circumrotation, cirrus, clack, clover-leaf roll, cluck, clump, coast, cock-a-doodle-doo, coffee cake, coggle, coil, color film, color negative film, column, comb, comber, come along, come in, come on, commute, coo, corkscrew, correspondence, course, cover ground, crab, crap, craps, crash, crescent roll, croak, croissant, cronk, cross bun, crow, cruise, crumpet, cuckoo, curl, curlicue, cycle, cylinder, cylindroid, dangle, dash, deck, delight in, dip, directory, dirty water, disappear, docket, document, documentation, dope, dossier, drag, dramatis personae, drift, drive, droop, drum, drum music, drumbeat, drumfire, drumming, dry plate, eagre, ebb and flow, echo, echo back, elapse, emulsion, enfold, enshroud, envelop, enwrap, equalize, evaporate, even, even out, evolute, expire, fagot, falter, fardel, fare, fare forth, fasces, fascine, feather, fell, fetch, file, film, fishtail, flatten, flit, float, flounce, flounder, flow, flow in, fluctuate, flush, flutter, fly, foot, footslog, form, forward, frame, full circle, furl, gabble, gad, gaggle, gain ground, gait, gallivant, gallop, gang, gather head, gather way, gem, get ahead, get along, give no trouble, glide, go, go ahead, go along, go around, go easily, go fast, go forward, go like clockwork, go on, go pitapat, gobble, grade, gravity wave, ground swell, grovel, growl, grumble, guggle, gush, gyrate, gyration, gyre, halt, hard roll, head count, heave, heavy sea, heavy swell, helix, hie, hippety-hop, history, hitch, hobble, hobbyhorse, holograph, honk, honor roll, hoo, hoot, hop, hot cross bun, hot-press, impel, index, indulge, indulge in, instrument, inventory, involute, iron, jog, jolt, jump, jury list, jury panel, kaiser roll, kink, labor, lay, lay down, lay flat, lay level, lay low, lay out, legal document, legal instrument, legal paper, letters, level, level off, librate, lift, limp, lineup, list, listing, lock step, loop, lop, lumber, lunge, lurch, luxuriate, luxuriate in, make good time, make head against, make headway, make heavy weather, make progress, make progress against, make strides, make up leeway, mangle, memorial, microfilm, mince, mincing steps, money, monochromatic film, mooch, motion-picture film, move, move along, move forward, move on, muffin, muster, muster roll, natural, negative, nick, nose count, nosegay, nutate, official document, onion roll, orbit, order of business, orthochromatic film, oscillate, pace, pack, package, packet, paddle, palpitate, palpitation, panchromatic film, paper, papers, paradiddle, parcel, parchment, part, pass, pass along, pass on, patter, peak, peal, pedal, peep, peg, pendulate, personal file, photographic paper, piaffe, piaffer, piece, pillar, pinwheel roll, pip, pipe, pipe roll, pitapat, pitch, pitch and plunge, pitch and toss, pitching, pitter-patter, pivoting, plate, plod, plow, plunge, pole, poll, popover, popple, porpoise, portion, posy, pound, pounding, pour in, prance, present no difficulties, press, printing paper, proceed, program, progress, propel, property roll, pull out, pull up, pulsate, pulsation, push, push down, quack, questionnaire, quiver, rack, ramble, range, rase, rat-a-tat, rat-tat, rat-tat-tat, rataplan, rattattoo, raze, rear, rebound, record, recording, reecho, reel, reeling, register, registry, rejoice in, relic, relish, remains, resonate, resound, return, returns, revel, revel in, reverberate, reverberation, revolution, revolve, ride, riffle, ringlet, ripple, rise, rise and fall, roam, roar, rob, rock, rocking, roll call, roll flat, roll in, roll on, roll out, roll up, roller, rollick, rolling, rolls, roster, rota, rotate, rotation, rotational motion, rough water, rouleau, rove, row, rub-a-dub, ruff, ruffle, rumble, run, run smoothly, sail, sashay, saunter, savor, scend, schedule, scold, scone, screw, scrip, script, scroll, scuff, scuffle, scuttle, sea, seethe, send, send back, shake, shamble, sheaf, shoestring, shot, shove, show up, shroud, shuffle, shunt, sideslip, sidle, sing, single-foot, skid, skip, slate, slide, slink, slip, slither, slog, slouch, slowness, sluice, smash, smooth, smooth out, smoothen, soft roll, somersault, somerset, sound, sound a tattoo, sound film, sound track, sound-on-film, soundstripe, spatter, spin, spinning, spiral, splatter, split, splutter, spool, spread out, sputter, squawk, staccato, stagger, stalk, stamp, steamroll, steamroller, stem, step, step forward, stomp, straddle, straggle, stray, stream, stride, strip, stroll, strolling gait, struggle, strut, stumble, stump, stunt, surf, surge, swag, swagger, swathe, sway, sweep, sweep along, swell, swing, swinging, swirl, swirling, swiveling, table, take pleasure in, tat-tat, tattoo, tax roll, tendril, thrash about, throb, throbbing, throw, thrum, thrust, thump, thumping, thunder, tidal bore, tidal wave, tide wave, tittup, toddle, token, tom-tom, toss, toss and tumble, toss and turn, tossing, totter, trace, traipse, travel, tread, treadle, trill, trip, tripack, troll, trolling, trot, trough, trudge, trundle, trundling, trunk, truss, tsunami, tube, tumble, turbination, turn over, turn up, turning, tweet, twirl, twist, twit, twitter, uncoil, uncurl, undulate, undulation, unfold, unfurl, unroll, unwind, vacillate, vanish, vehicle, velocity, vestige, vibrate, volutation, volute, volution, vortex, wad, waddle, wag, waggle, walk, wallop, wallow, wallow in, wamble, warble, water wave, wave, wavelet, waver, waving, wayfare, welter, wend, wheel, wheeling, whir, whirl, whirling, whistle, white horses, whitecaps, whorl, wiggle, wind up, wobble, work well, wrap up, writ, writing, yaw

Moby Thesaurus. . 1996.

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