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Sentence count:22+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-11-11Updated:2017-11-11
Similar words: roll-on roll-offroll outrolloutroll overrolloverall ofcall offfall-offMeaning: v. recite volubly or extravagantly. 
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1. You can quickly roll off some extra copies of the exercise on the duplicating machine.
2. Books roll off the printing machine at the rate of two a week.
3. This committee compromise is unlikely to roll off anyone's tongue.
4. I roll off my own bank, and try to follow him with the pipper.
5. It may even roll off the table.
6. Newspaper roll off the printing machine at the rate of everyday.
7. Sharp retorts roll off the tongues of the people he characterizes.
8. This machine can roll off two prints a second.
9. Just take easy; let the water roll off your back.
10. You can quickly roll off some extra copies of the document on the duplicator.
11. The large numbers roll off the tongue.
12. If the table top isn't level,(sentencedict.com) things will roll off.
13. Advice and correction roll off him like water off a duck's back.
14. How many copies do you want to roll off?
15. You can quickly roll off some extra copies of the document on the duplicating machine.
16. As a result, the water drops roll off the leaves.
17. Most have spent all their sentient life as paid-up devotees, and the glib phrases soon roll off the tongue.
18. More than 600 Warriors are already in service and by 1994 a total of 1,053 are due to roll off the production lines.
19. Al is tough-minded. He marshals history to make his argument, and countless examples of civilizations changing course and attitudes midstream roll off his tongue.
20. This figure shows that the power response is very smooth throughout the whole frequency range, and the controlled off-axis roll off of the tweeter.
21. Put the ball carefully on the table, so that is won't roll off.
22. After 160 years, the final copy of The News of the World will roll off the presses in the early hours of Sunday morning.
More similar words: roll-on roll-offroll outrolloutroll overrolloverall ofcall offfall-offall of afall offsellofftell offsell offwell offwell-offkill offpull offbill of faresmell ofbe full ofhall of fameball of firein control ofspeak ill ofbill of salefull of lifeall of a suddenfull of beansspeak well ofroll
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