To leave, or to go somewhere.
"Yo, let's roll outta here"
by Uzo June 11, 2005
A term used by police when they get one person to confess another's crime.

Doing Ecstasy
Eddie already rolled on Greg.

We rolled together last night.
by We're Disposable Teens April 10, 2005
Informal to make something at home; manufacture anything non-commercially (descended from the practice of rolling one's own paper-wrapped smoking instruments)
I don't buy store-bought spaghetti sauce: I roll my own from scratch.
by Jon64Bailey April 08, 2013
to roll somebody, is to approach them with stealth and aggression and to take all their possessions.
amber - "hey bro lets go roll ebonys new phone"
bella (bro) - "okay bro, i love rolling stuff"
by lifeologist February 24, 2015
to show your appreciation for the Alabama Crimson Tide
Saul is rollin every Saturday for the tide.
by schmorgasboard April 19, 2010
1. (n) ecstasy
2. (v) to be under the influence of ecstasy
3. (v) to construct a cigarette or marijuana cigarette
1. Let's get some rolls for the rave tonight.
2. I was rolling so hardcore yesterday.
3. That man sure knows how to roll a joint.
by shayhm March 14, 2009
verb, disparaging usage used with "through" or "by", to move or travel through an area or by a place where you or your kind are not particularly welcome as in a certain community
The policeman told me that he noticed a bunch of punks rolling through my neighborhood lately when I was making a vandalism report about my car that was egged.
by Jon64Bailey November 19, 2013

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