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 ]
noun 1. (in sheet-metal work) a joint formed by rolling together and flattening the edges of adjoining sheets.
noun 1. a fillet of herring, rolled, usually around a pickle, marinated in brine, and served as an appetizer. noun 1. a herring fillet rolled, usually around onion slices, and pickled in spiced vinegar
adjective 1. (of a garment) having a high neck that may be rolled over noun 2. a rollneck sweater or other garment
noun 1. Also called Rolf, Roy, Hrolf, Rolf the Ganger. a.d. c860–931? Norse chieftain: 1st duke of Normandy 911?. 2. a male given name, form of Rolf. noun 1. ?860–?930 ad, Norse war leader who received from Charles the Simple a fief that formed the basis of the duchy of Normandy Also Rolf, Rolf the […]