Another word for rock
A solidified form of earth
Types of rocks include: igneous, sedimentary, stratified, metamorphic; concretion, gypsum, alabaster, limestone, freestone, lodestone, sandstone, conglomerate, marble, dolomite; chalk, soapstone, slate, shale, mica; granite, lava, pumice, basalt, felsite, peridot, quartz, obsidian, porphyry, rhyolite, ironstone, gneiss, tufa, schist.
A piece of rock, sense 1
Anything firm or solid
Rhythmic popular music
rock-and-roll, heavy metal, hard rock, punk rock, progressive rock, acid rock, country rock, folk rock, rhythm and blues, soul music, Motown, funk, house music, dance music, disco, pop; see also dance 1, music 1.
bankrupt, destitute, impoverished;
in ruins, foundered, in a shambles;
Another word for rockverb
To move vigorously from side to side or up and down:heave, pitch, roll, toss. See repetition
To move to and fro violently:quake, shake, tremble, vibrate. See repetition
To cause to move to and fro violently:agitate, churn, convulse, shake. See calm, repetition
To impair or destroy the composure of:agitate, bother, discompose, disquiet, distract, disturb, flurry, fluster, perturb, ruffle, shake (up), toss, unsettle, upset. (Informal) rattle. See calm