Part of speech: noun

One who or that which rocks; ( 1) A curved support, as of a rocking chair. ( 2) A rocking chair.

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Usage examples "rocker":

  1. Later, Rosalind went out, alone, upon the porch where, huddled in a big rocker, she gazed gloomily at the lights of Manti, dim and distant. - "'Firebrand' Trevison", Charles Alden Seltzer.
  2. When Adam came in with some fresh water she was swinging slowly to and fro in the rocker, singing softly an absurd nursery song:- Sleep, baby, sleep. - "The Master-Knot of Human Fate", Ellis Meredith.
  3. She settled herself in the rocker before the fire in our front room, looked down at the rug and exclaimed: My! - "A Circuit Rider's Wife", Corra Harris.