You will not—repeat NOT—be interfered with, pushed around or kicked around.
On the contrary, they'd been shot up, shot down, and kicked around by the Japs.
Put that bread and that meat you've kicked around into your own haversacks.
But I'm glad I did, 'cause it feels so nice, and he kicked around in the water.
Mother's brains began to get hurt and kicked around when she was small, I think—but not by the genes.
Those bonds all went East, but a lot of the stock was kicked around out here.
He went and kicked around where he supposed it to be, tore up a piece of the carpet and looked nonplussed.
Our stove was all kicked over and the table we had made was busted down and everything we had was all kicked around.
He says that, having no money, they kick him from place to place, and thus he expects to be kicked around the globe.
Do you think any one would be so careless of his knowledge-box as to leave it to be kicked around in that way?