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Definition of "rocked" []

  • To move or cause to move from side to side or backwards and forwards (verb)
  • To reel or sway or cause (someone) to reel or sway, as with a violent shock or emotion (verb)
  • To shake or move (something) violently (verb)
  • To dance in the rock-and-roll style (verb)
  • To wash (ore) or (of ore) to be washed in a cradle (verb)
  • To roughen (a copper plate) with a rocker before engraving a mezzotint (verb)
  • To impress by wearing (an item of clothing) or playing (a musical instrument) (verb)
  • A rocking motion (noun)
  • Any of various styles of pop music having a heavy beat, derived from rock and roll (noun)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of rock. (verb)

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Use "rocked" in a sentence
  • "That one short word rocked through her with its intensity."
  • "As the train rocked me and people chattered quietly in de background, my mind wandered ..."
  • "Well, admitting that you paid to see "bootie" and that they rocked, is refreshingly candid."