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Definition of "rock'n'roll" [rock'n'roll]

  • A genre of popular music originating in the 1950s; a blend of black rhythm-and-blues with white country-and-western (noun)

WordNet. Princeton University. 2010.

Use "rock'n'roll" in a sentence
  • "The stars selling their products Stephen Armstrong There are only two kings as far as I'm concerned: the king of rock'n'roll, which is Elvis, and the king of pop, which is Michael Jackson,' Peter Andre says to an offscreen TV interviewer, before pausing as doubt spreads across his simple face."
  • "Not that you could have told a member of Oasis this in 1994, but it's actually pretty difficult to be a rock'n'roll star."
  • "That a massive AOL Music banner had been erected, live-streaming was in effect and a T-Mobile promotional campaign was underway more gigs should involve queuing punters being invited to test out the new Galaxy handset - it embodies the very spirit of rock'n'roll was simply testament to how on-the-ball these company's can be."