a style of popular music combining the features of rock-‘n’-roll and hillbilly music.
a fast, spare style of White rock music which originated in the mid-1950s in the US South
(as modifier): a rockabilly number
interjection 1. (used to settle a baby or child down to sleep.)
noun 1. an uninhabited British island in the N Atlantic, 354 km (220 miles) W of the Outer Hebrides. Area: 0.07 ha (0.18 acres)
[rok-uh n-rohl] /ˈrɒk ənˈroʊl/ noun 1. rock-‘n’-roll. rock-‘n’-roll or rock-and-roll, rock ‘n’ roll [rok-uh n-rohl] /ˈrɒk ənˈroʊl/ noun 1. a style of popular music that derives in part from blues and folk music and is marked by a heavily accented beat and a simple, repetitive phrase structure. adjective 2. of or relating to this music. […]
noun 1. a bottled drink made with rye whiskey, rock candy, and fruit.