the. British rock group (formed 1962): comprising Mick Jagger, Keith Richards (born 1943; guitar, vocals), Brian Jones (1942–69; guitar), Charlie Watts (born 1941; drums), Bill Wyman (born 1936; bass guitar; now retired), and subsequently Mick Taylor (born 1948; guitar; with the group 1969–74) and Ron Wood (born 1947; guitar; with the group from 1975) See also Jagger
- Rolling stop
noun an instance when a vehicle driver slows down but does not stop at a stop sign Examples After getting a ticket for a rolling stop, I called the court to request traffic school (as instructed) over and over.
- Roll in money
roll in money
noun 1. Theodore Walter (“Sonny”) born 1930, U.S. jazz saxophonist and composer. noun 1. Sonny, original name Theodore Walter Rollins. born 1930, US jazz tenor saxophonist, noted for his improvisation
- Roll in the aisles
Laugh very hard, as in The comedian’s new book had them rolling in the aisles. This hyperbolic idiom alludes to a performance that causes an audience to laugh so hard that they might well roll about in the theater’s aisles. [ First half of 1900s ]