Associations to the word «Rocky»
ROCKY, adjective. Unstable; easily rocked.
ROCKY, adjective. In the style of rock and roll music.
ROCKY, adjective. (figuratively) Troubled; or difficult; in danger or distress.
ROCKY, adjective. Full of, or abounding in, rocks; consisting of rocks.
ROCKY, adjective. Like a rock.
ROCKY, adjective. (figuratively) Not easily impressed or affected; hard; unfeeling; obdurate; as, a rocky bosom.
ROCKY, proper noun. A male given name, pet form of Rocco.
ROCKY, proper noun. Rocky Balboa, a fictional boxer played by Sylvester Stallone in a series of films.
ROCKY, proper noun. The Rocky Horror Picture Show.
ROCKY, proper noun. (informal) (Australia) The regional city of Rockhampton, Queensland.
ROCKY, proper noun. A town in Oklahoma.
ROCKY MOUNTAIN FEVER, noun. (disease) Rocky Mountain spotted fever
ROCKY MOUNTAIN OYSTER, noun. A bull calf testicle prepared as food.
ROCKY MOUNTAIN OYSTERS, noun. Plural of Rocky Mountain oyster
ROCKY MOUNTAINS, proper noun. A range of mountains running from Northern New Mexico to Alaska.
ROCKY ROAD, noun. Any of several forms of candy containing lumps of chocolate, marshmallows and nuts
ROCKY ROAD, noun. An ice cream flavor made with chocolate ice cream, marshmallows, and almonds
ROCKY, adjective. Abounding in rocks or stones; "rocky fields"; "stony ground"; "bouldery beaches".
ROCKY, adjective. Causing or characterized by jolts and irregular movements; "a rough ride".
ROCKY, adjective. Liable to rock; "on high rocky heels".
ROCKY, adjective. Full of hardship or trials; "the rocky road to success"; "they were having a rough time".
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