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A person who moves around a lot and never settles down

Like a rolling stone?.

A womanizer
{i} biweekly American magazine that covers topics related to music and entertainment
a US magazine that contains articles on people and events involved in rock and pop music
{i} rock that moves by turning over and over; vagabond, one who doesn't want to settle in one place
rolling stone gathers no moss
{i} people pay a price for being on the move constantly in that they don't plant any roots in a specific place; people who are always on the go avoid responsibilities and cares
Rolling Stones
A very successful British rock band formed in the 1960s, still together in the 21st century

Welker once referred to Blanc as the Beatles and Butler and Messick as the Rolling Stones of voice-over artists.

a rolling stone gathers no moss
A person who does not keep active will grow mouldy
a rolling stone gathers no moss
A person who never settles in one place will never be successful
Rolling Stones
British rock group that started in the 1960s which includes the lead singer Mick Jagger and has greatly influenced the development of rock music
Rolling Stones
a British rock group who first became popular in 1963 and became one of the most successful groups ever. Their songs include (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction, Jumping Jack Flash and Honky Tonk Woman. Most of their songs are written by Keith Richards, who also plays the guitar, and Mick Jagger, their main singer. British musical group. Its original members were Mick Jagger (b. 1943), Keith Richards (b. 1943), Brian Jones (1944-69), Bill Wyman (b. 1936), and Charlie Watts (b. 1941). The band was formed in 1962 when Jagger, Richards, and Jones, who had been performing sporadically in a blues band, recruited Wyman and formed their own group. Watts joined the band in 1963. Jagger was the lead vocalist, while Jones and Richards played guitars, Wyman played bass, and Watts played drums. The band's name was adopted from a Muddy Waters song. By 1966 a series of outstanding songs had made the band second in popularity only to the Beatles. Jagger and Richards wrote most of its songs, which are marked by a driving backbeat, biting and satirical lyrics, and simple but expressive instrumental accompaniments. The group reached the height of its popularity with albums such as Beggar's Banquet (1968) and Exile on Main Street (1972). Jones was succeeded by Mick Taylor (b. 1948) in 1969, who was replaced in turn by Ron Wood (b. 1947) in 1976. They continued to perform long after the other classic rock bands of the 1960s disbanded
set a stone rolling
put into action
rolling stone


    roll·ing stone

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    rōlîng stōn


    /ˈrōləɴɢ ˈstōn/ /ˈroʊlɪŋ ˈstoʊn/


    () From the proverb 'a rolling stone gathers no moss'.