Association of British Scrabble Players

Being Doing Feeling > Motion > Rolling


Now updated for CSW15. New words, if any, and new inflections of existing words, are shown in red.


circumvolve to roll round.
convolve to roll together.
enwallow (Spenser) to roll about wallowingly.
intervolve to roll up or entwine with one another.
jickajog to move with a rolling motion.
jigajig with a rolling, jigging motion; (noun) to move with a rolling, jigging motion; (verb) to move with a rolling motion.
jigajog with a rolling, jigging motion; (noun) a rolling, jigging motion; (verb) to move with a rolling jigging motion.
outroll to surpass in rolling.
reroll to roll again.
roll to move along by repeatedly turning over.
rollable capable of being rolled.
rollaway mounted on rollers for easy movement; (noun) something mounted on rollers.
roul (Obs.) a roll.
roule (Obs.) a roll.
trindle a thin piece of wood that holds the spine of a book flat while the front edge is trimmed; (verb) to roll, trundle.
troule (Milton) to roll, trundle.
trundle to wheel, esp heavily or clumsily.
tumble a fall, a somersault; (verb) to fall or roll end over end.
volutation the action of rolling.
wallow to roll about.