Definition of 'roll up'
Example sentences containing 'roll up'
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His gaze was blurred by drink but at least his eyes didn't roll up. THE GREAT AND SECRET SHOW (2001)He had returned from his outing in a mood to roll up his sleeves and start in at once on his soap opera. MR GOLIGHTLY'S HOLIDAY (2003)Tomorrow I could roll up outside the police station with the photograph and stir things up. FOOLS GOLD
The old junk sailors even used to roll up a reed sail and use it for a life raft if they were shipwrecked. THE SHIPPING NEWS (2002)
Kemp got up and retrieved the burning roll-up from the carpet where it had fallen from the man's fingers. IN REMEMBRANCE OF ROSEThere was a keen, intelligent aura to Robert Patrick Malone for a moment, and then he returned to assembling his roll-up cigarette. DEATH OF AN UNKNOWN MANHe indicated a steel roll-up type double door on the far right wall. A DAYSTAR OF FEAR
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