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In it they speak candidly about their childhoods, troubles that they encountered at school and their roller coaster love lives. The Sun (2016)He said:'We rode the roller coaster and we survived by sheer heart and courage. The Sun (2016)The labour was a roller coaster of emotions. The Sun (2012)It is going to be a real emotional roller coaster. The Sun (2010)The early days of your church plant will feel like a roller coaster ride. Christianity Today (2000)It has been an absolute emotional roller coaster. The Sun (2012)She clearly likes you a lot but university can be an emotional roller coaster for lots of people. The Sun (2009)It was an emotional roller coaster. The Sun (2010)This will take you on a roller coaster ride that'll leave you exhausted by the end. The Sun (2015)It's a total roller coaster of emotions for her. The Sun (2011)It's been a real roller coaster ride. The Sun (2012)Yet your relationship may be an emotional roller coaster - not so pure. The Sun (2013)MY relationship with my boyfriend is an emotional roller coaster. The Sun (2012)But what a roller coaster. Times, Sunday Times (2008)I'm enjoying riding this roller coaster. The Sun (2014)Because it is hidden in a valley, the first time you see this inverted roller coaster ride properly is when you are about to join the queue. The Sun (2008)IT'S been a roller coaster ride on the X Factor. The Sun (2011)Dare you ride the UK's first winged roller coaster? The Sun (2012)All I remember is a roller coaster ride through a maze of high-rise buildings and alleys. The Sun (2010)
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British English: coaster NOUN
A coaster is a small mat that you put underneath a glass or cup to protect the surface of a table.
Definition of coaster from the Collins English Dictionary
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