Definition of Roll off
1. Verb. Recite volubly or extravagantly. "He could recite the names of all the chemical elements"
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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. ..."