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He sat rocking in his seat and staring out of the window.
Hold your knees close to your chest and rock from side to side.
Spain has been rocked by another political scandal.
The blast rocked the houses in the street.
I realize I'm new here and I don't want to rock the boat.
That new Pacino movie rocks!
This is the American English definition of rock. View British English definition of rock.
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