goings-on[ goh-ingz-on, awn ]SEE DEFINITION OF goings-on
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GOINGS-ON
In the meantime you shall hear, constantly, of all my goings-on.
Gervaise remained calm and cheerful among all these goings-on.
The men were asked if they had heard of any un-American goings-on in the Navy Yard.
No, the people in the house was the last to hear anything of his goings-on.
He was a man of the world, and well acquainted with the goings-on of society.
The goings-on of unmarried people do not easily scandalise her.
Provided with a good opera-glass I carefully watched her goings-on.
Yes, if I were no longer worried by your tongue, and if it changed your temper and your goings-on.
Old Thomas was standing by the horse-mount, and was also an observer of all her goings-on.
And he tol' me a good deal about the goings-on of the earth.