Of or being a substance, such as a deodorant, that is dispensed from a container having a rolling ball at one end serving as an applicator.(adjective)
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Use "roll-on" in a sentence
"Leigh pops in with her five yorkies, all in roll-on carry-on bags or Mary stops in after just getting back from India, to show off what she got there."
"In practical terms, that means another item added to my packing list — a small roll-on tube of Aerogard to keep the mozzies at bay."
"They are often in the form of stones to rub on underarms, but the same ingredients can be in roll-on form."