be on a roll

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be on a roll

To be experiencing a particularly successful period, especially one that has not had any setbacks, low points, or interruptions of failure. Three championship titles in a row? Wow, that team is really on a roll.
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be on a ˈroll

(informal) be experiencing a period of success at what you are doing: Don’t stop me now — I’m on a roll!
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As to all the hype surrounding Michaels' claim of market wide patent infringement, Michaels and his company are on a roll, stating, "Willful infringement is factual, if companies are doubtful of our claim, we will pursue all remedies.