Part of speech:
Stone that has been left in its natural state, used typically to build walls, walks, etc.
A paving stone, especially one that is naturally rounded.
The inner slope of a ditch below a rampart
Progressive rock is a type of rock music that started in the late 1960s in an attempt to combine rock with the more complex themes and instrumental patterns such as those used in jazz and classical music.
Rhythmic popular music
(Zoology) Dwelling among rocks.
The act or position of careening
To disturb is defined as to interfere with something or bother someone.
A high, steep face of rock, esp. one on a coast; precipice
A steep, rugged rock that rises above others or projects from a rock mass
(Anatomy) A projecting part of the body.
A steep slope or long cliff formed by erosion or by vertical movement of the Earth's crust along a fault. Escarpments separate two relatively level areas of land. The term is often used interchangeably with scarp but is more accurately associated with cliffs produced by erosional processes rather than those produced by faulting.
Reef is defined as a ridge of coral, alga, sand or rock close to the surface of the water in the ocean.
One of the small, round disks or counters used in poker and other gambling games as a token for money
A slender piece cut, split, or broken off; a splinter:
A piece of rock, sense 1
A piece of rock, sense 1
A piece that is flat, broad, and fairly thick
The defendant and his or her legal counsel.
Financial or other help.
Anything firm or solid
An intangible feeling, philosophy, belief or allegiance relating to rock music (generally from the 1970s–1980s), and heavy metal bearing certain elements of this music, pertaining to unbridled enthusiasm, cynical regard for certain Christian and authoritarian bodies, and attitudes befitting some degree of youthful debauchery. This meaning is sometimes used as an exclamation, in describing traits of certain people, and so on.
A metal with a specific gravity greater than about 5.0, especially one that is poisonous, such as lead or mercury.
A rock music genre marked by a heavy regular beat, high amplification, and usually frenzied performances
Rock music characterized by extremely fast tempos and lyrics expressing emotional isolation and antisocial attitudes.
A form of rock music of the late 1960s and early 1970s intended to simulate or enhance a hallucinogenic experience and characterized by mystical or surrealistic lyrics, loud or distorted sounds, modal harmonies, etc.
(Geology) The rock which is native to a certain area.
A form of American popular music, influenced by the blues and characterized by a strong beat: rock-and-roll derives from it
A type of popular music combining elements of jazz, blues, and soul and characterized by syncopated rhythm and a heavy, repetitive bassline.
A nightclub or public place for dancing to recorded music played by a disc jockey
A pop song, concert, etc.
To incline or bend to one side; veer:
To give off (light or sound) by vibration
To go around and around; whirl
To cause to move with a sweeping motion:
To be disposed of by sale:
To move to and fro violently
The definition of agitate is to move something around in a forceful or violent movement.
To move or push along on wheels or rollers:
To move from side to side or up and down in short, irregular, often jerky movements:
Shove is defined as to quickly or roughly push.
To move or dislodge with a sudden, hard blow; strike heavily or jarringly:
To shiver or shudder, as with cold or from strong emotion.
To become affected by convulsions; shake.
To shake involuntarily from cold, fear, excitement, fatigue, etc.; shiver
To undulate is to move in a gentle, rolling, wave-like motion.
(Physics) To vary between alternate extremes, usually within a definable period of time.
To shake with a slight, rapid, tremulous movement.
To speak in a quivering voice; utter a quivering sound.
Wobble is defined as to move or cause to move in an unsteady way, to have your voice quiver, or to be unable to commit to a course of action.
An object made of metal.
A substance, such as stone, sand, salt, or coal, that is extracted or obtained from the ground or water and used in economic activities.
A naturally occurring mineral or rock from which a valuable or useful substance, especially a metal, can be extracted at a reasonable cost.
Of evidence, that it indicates or leads to the admissibility of other evidence; a nonprofit organization created to fund or promote charitable causes.
The definition of a dance is a group of rhythmic movements and steps set to music or a social gathering where people participate in rhythmic movements and steps set to music.
Music stimulates the areas of the brain that are responsible for your thinking, planning, and analyzing, thereby improving your organizational skills and making you more capable of handling challenging math problems.
The definition of wave is to move back and forth in a swinging motion, or to style your hair in a series of curves.
Growing on or living among rocks:
The definition of bedrock means the layer of solid rock below the soil.
(Geology) A rock fragment between 64 and 256 millimeters in diameter, especially one that has been naturally rounded.
(Geology) An accumulation of relatively large rock fragments:
A globular stone having a cavity lined with inward-growing crystals or layers of silica
A thin layer of bone, membrane, or other tissue.
A vein containing important quantities of metallic ore and filling a well-defined fissure in the rock
The definition of a monolith is a large upright stone column or monument, or a large building without character, or a large corporation considered to be solid, uniform or imposing.
A usually small, roundish lump or mass of manganese, cobalt, etc. found on the floor of the sea or a large lake
A slope of loose rock debris at the base of a steep incline or cliff.
A cylindrical or conical mineral deposit projecting downward from the roof of a cave or cavern, formed by the dripping of water saturated with minerals. Stalactites form gradually as the minerals precipitate out of the saturated water. They usually consist of calcite but can also consist of other minerals.
A cylindrical or conical mineral deposit, similar to a stalactite but built up from the floor of a cave or cavern. Stalagmites are typically broader than stalactites. The two formations are often, but not always, paired, and they sometimes join at a midpoint to form a pillar.
(Geology) A bed or layer of sedimentary rock that is visually distinguishable from adjacent beds or layers.
(Geol.) A pile of rock debris at the foot of a cliff
To move about restlessly; twist and turn:
To be turbulent or agitated:
To disturb; interrupt
To put into a state of disorder.
To cause to feel worried or uneasy; unsettle:
Flurry is defined as to be moved in a quick way.
To make or become nervous or upset.
To disturb or confuse; make uneasy or anxious:
To put a ruffle on (a garment, for example).
To become unsettled
To cause (the stomach) to feel ill.
(Intransitive) To make a rattling noise; to make noise by or from shaking.
(Intransitive) To become calm.
A preference, inclination, or bias:
Alternative spelling of rock and roll.
a genre of popular music originating in the 1950s; a blend of black rhythm-and-blues with white country-and-western
United States gynecologist and devout Catholic who conducted the first clinical trials of the oral contraceptive pill (1890-1984)
A solidified form of earth
A barrier of stone or earth used to hold back water and prevent flooding.
A solidified form of earth
A solidified form of earth
A large rounded mass of rock lying on the surface of the ground or embedded in the soil.
A small stone, especially one worn smooth by erosion.
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