One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Perform rock music loudly and vigorously.
- ‘When they aren't rocking out, the band do what they can to encourage their fans to become politically aware and get out to the voting polls.’
- ‘They rock out with unexpected intensity, but the song ends quickly, leaving the listener hoping for the band to flex their rock muscles a bit more.’
- ‘With just a square black stage and some colourful lights, it almost felt like the group were rocking out at their local bar - except for the thousands of screaming hordes.’
- ‘He never really came close to rocking out with conviction over the past 20-plus years like he did at the start of his career - until now.’
- ‘For whatever reason, I believe band possesses this propensity for rocking out.’
- ‘The self-confident singer rocked out, freestyled with natural ease and steamed up the room with poetry and poise and an intense, extended version of ‘Sun Again.’’
- ‘The Canadian guitar god should have been dressed in a schoolboy uniform as he rocked out like AC/DC throughout the performance.’
- ‘Merely watching the two beautiful females in the group rock out is enough.’
- ‘Performing a variety of songs from all three albums, the band rocked out on a dynamic rollercoaster that ranged from the softest melodies to pounding virtual thrash metal.’
- ‘The vocalist speaks rather than sings, and the band rocks out more than it has in the past.’
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