n.) A large concreted mass of stony material; a large fixed stone or crag.
v. t.) To move as in a cradle;
v. t.) To cause to sway backward and forward,
v.) to affect strongly; move emotionally; shock; disturb.
n.) a broad type of popular music
I love rock music.
A rock fell from above.
Their ship struck a rock.
He built his house on rock.
I classify his music as rock.
I rocked the baby in my arms.
His sudden death rocked the village.*&&*The Beatles was a famous rock group in England.
She rocked the cradle to quieten the child.
The boat rocked violently from side to side.
He rocked back and forth on his heels as he laughed.
The government was rocked by a series of scandals.
The mother rocked the baby to sleep in its cradle.
Hours after the initial earthquake, a 5.4 magnitude aftershock rocked the area.
The waves washed upon the rocks.
The ship was wrecked on the rocks.
The waves dashed against the rocks.
They faced the peril of falling rocks.
Waterfalls crash and tumble over rocks.
The ship struck against the rocks and sank.
Jack managed to dodge most of the rocks thrown at him.
These rocks are common to certain climate environments.
A volcano erupted and propelled rocks high into the sky.
The water curved round the rocks in great bursts of foam.
She was rocking backwards and forwards in her seat.
He tried to calm the screaming baby by rocking it back and forth.
The boat was there, tied up and rocking gently to the swirl of the dark water inshore.
Lucy soothed the baby by rocking it in her arms.
The speedometer was rocking between 60 and 65.
The ridge consists entirely of volcanic rock.
They needed a bulldozer to dislodge the rock.
The steep rock seems to be growing at an angle.
He pushed against the rock with all his strength.
She hit her head on a rock and lost consciousness.
The rooster flew up to a big rock and began to crow.
When my bicycle hit the rock, the front tire blew out.
She walked carefully so as not to stumble over a rock.
Marble is a metamorphic rock that takes a high polish.
The soil was washed away by the flood, exposing bare rock.
He melded country music with blues to create rock and roll.
He pulled with all his strength but the rock would not move.
He was woken by the radio alarm clock blasting out rock music.
She rocks back and forth on her chair like a mischievous child.
Several people were crushed to death by the falling rocks.
Scientists then began searching the layers of rocks delineate mass extinctions.
I hear their marriage is on the rocks and they’ll probably file for divorce soon.
The most commonly used rocks are granite, quartz, or other similarly stable materials.
Iceland is full of hot springs, beautifully coloured rocks, and other natural wonders.
Thus the volcanic rocks formed are drastically different from their oceanic counterparts.
All over the world, rocks of this antiquity were carefully searched for organic remains.
The sun was setting behind the black rocks, and the sea was a blaze of luminous colour.