Game of Thrones may be rollicking fantasy, but beneath its bloody surface it is also about our dysfunctional political system.
The author of the rollicking spy novel Angelmaker, just out in paperback, tells us why reading novels is difficult for him.
“Adelie penguins are the most lovable, rollicking, comical kind,” the story read.
“We had a rollicking time in the south of France for several months,” Cannon said, noting Sue visited the set several times.
The press release touting the event promised a rollicking good time: “Tea Party Rocks Washington.”
It is a flexible, comfortable, jovial, rollicking expression.
Along with this rollicking fun he had a vein of deepest melancholy.
Bouncing Bet is too cheerful and rollicking a wanderer to awaken sentiment.
It had sort of a rollicking flavor to it, if you know what I mean.
The whole, packed on the wheelbarrow, was hastily rushed into the darkness by the rollicking three.