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Rolling

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Webster's 1828 Dictionary
Rolling

ROLLING, participle present tense Turning over; revolving; forming into a cylinder or round mass; leveling, as land.

ROLLING, noun The motion of a ship from side to side.


Webster's 1828 Dictionary
Rolling-pin

ROLLING-PIN, noun A round piece of wood, tapering at each end, with which paste is molded and reduced to a proper thickness.


Webster's 1828 Dictionary
Rolling-press

ROLLING-PRESS, noun An engine consisting of two cylinders, by which cloth is calendared, waved and tabbied; also an engine for taking impressions from copper plates; also, a like engine for drawing plates of metal, etc.