knock about

VERB
  1. be around; be alive or active
    Does the old man still kick around?
  2. strike against forcefully
    Winds buffeted the tent
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How To Use knock about In A Sentence

  • Singing to a half of the stick when it comes to knock about with the strange.
  • Ah, you knock about longa them boys, eh?
  • I used to knock about with all the lads from round where Mum lives.
  • A nailer is a man who makes nails.] that knock about the poor collier-boys; and the nailers that file off their lads 'noses and hammer their fingers; and all the master sweeps, like my master Grimes? Journeys Through Bookland, Vol. 2
  • Most of the people I knock about with are in the union.
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