What is another word for rock'n'roll?

Pronunciation: [ɹˈɒknɹə͡ʊl] (IPA)

Rock'n'roll, a genre of music and dance, has evolved over the years to include a variety of sub-genres. Some synonyms for the term include "rock," "rock music," "rock and roll," "rockabilly," "hard rock," "heavy metal," and "punk rock." Each of these sub-genres has a unique sound and style that distinguishes it from the others, but they are all rooted in the energy and rebellion that rock'n'roll embodies. Whether it's the raw power of heavy metal or the rebellious spirit of punk rock, the many synonyms for rock'n'roll reflect the diversity and vitality of this genre of music, which has been a mainstay of popular culture for generations.

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What are the hypernyms for Rock'n'roll?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the hyponyms for Rock'n'roll?

Hyponyms are more specific words categorized under a broader term, known as a hypernym.

What are the meronyms for Rock'n'roll?

Meronyms are words that refer to a part of something, where the whole is denoted by another word.
  • meronyms for rock'n'roll (as nouns)

Famous quotes with Rock'n'roll

  • Almost all the fans I meet are pretty cool people. They're intelligent and tend to think about things a bit more than your average rock'n'roll fans: sensible people I wouldn't mind having a drink with.
    Peter Buck
  • I'm not really this rock'n'roll chick.
    Tia Carrere
  • Obviously I got known for some other songs early on, and some of those were rock'n'roll songs. Some of them were melodic pop songs. And I've done lots of different things, as you know, but every so often I get drawn back.
    Elvis Costello
  • Obviously the people that I admired, like the Beatles, were really into rock'n'roll, but it was already a little past rock'n'roll when I started listening and making my own choices about music.
    Elvis Costello
  • See, to me, rock'n'roll doesn't have any point. It's just fun. It has a million different angles and they're all valid. But I think rock might be a world issue.
    Evan Dando

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