Definition of roly-poly
What is the definition of "roly-poly"?
1. Short and plump; pudgy.
1. A short plump person or thing.
2. Chiefly British A pudding made of jam or fruit rolled up in pastry dough and baked or steamed until soft.
3. See pill bug.
Use "roly-poly" in a sentence
"Dylan was a "healthy, chunky, roly-poly boy," said his aunt, Amy Compton."
"Although he was slender and spare with silver wire-rimmed glasses, there was something about him that reminded Sharon of a roly-poly Santa Claus."
""Roll the boiled egg down Astroturf knoll" and "the Baga bronze roly-poly" are two of my works in progress."
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NEARBY & RELATED ENTRIES
- large person
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