Definition of Roll off
1. Verb. Recite volubly or extravagantly. "He could recite the names of all the chemical elements"
Lexicographical Neighbors of Roll Off
Literary usage of Roll off
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Maori-Polynesian Comparative Dictionary by Edward Tregear (1891)
"... to watch over ; lino kan, to roll off ; to remove; to cause to roll, as a wheel ; (b. ... to roll off ; to separate ; to make a division between ..."
2. A Zulu-English Dictionary with Notes on Pronunciation: A Revised Orthography by Alfred T. Bryant (1905)
"a man a roll of wire, a snake or cat its body (may also be used in reflect, form with zi); roll off ie ward off, as an opponent's stick (ace. ..."
3. A Zulu-English Dictionary with Notes on Pronunciation: A Revised Orthography by Alfred T. Bryant (1905)
"when fighting or fencing (сотр. vika); roll off ie get through, clear off, finish off a piece of work, as a field (ace.) to be ploughed or hut being built ..."
4. A Dictionary of the Hawaiian Language to which is Appended an English by Lorrin Andrews (1865)
"To roll ; to roll over and over, as a stone. Mai. 28:2. To roll away ; to roll to a place; to roll off, as a burden; to take away, as a reproach. los. 5:9. ..."