Roll-on Definition

rōlŏn, -ôn
roll-ons
adjective
Of or being a substance, such as a deodorant, that is dispensed from a container having a rolling ball at one end serving as an applicator.
American Heritage
Designating any of various commercial products, as a deodorant lotion, that are applied to the skin by means of a rotating ball within the top of the dispenser.
Webster's New World
noun
Such a product.
Webster's New World

(dated, often in the plural) A type of corset which is rolled on to the body.

Wiktionary

A cosmetic product (especially a deodorant) applied by means of a ball at the head of a container, which rolls the product on to the skin etc.

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verb

(intransitive, especially of time) To pass; to go on; to elapse.

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(intransitive) To continue to move forwards.

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interjection

Used to express anticipation.

"Roll on summer!"
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Other Word Forms of Roll-on

Noun

Singular:
roll-on
Plural:
roll-ons

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