knockabout

[ nok-uh-bout ]SEE DEFINITION OF knockabout

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His life was a tragedy written in the terms of knockabout farce.

I present the idea, for what it may be worth, to the concoctors of knockabout turns.

As I said when I first came here, I have been a sort of a knockabout, a wanderer.

The two best rigs for this class of boat are the cat and knockabout.

Herring and Phyllis could be seen hoisting the sails on the knockabout.

Father gave me a knockabout two years ago, and I've had lots of fun in her.

"I thought I'd take him out in the knockabout," Roger suggested.

I laugh at the knockabout brothers, I confess, so long as they are on the stage; but they do not convince me.

I suppose a knockabout like myself gets all the taste for the fine arts knocked out of him.

If all was as I hardly dared to hope, I would give up my present knockabout life, and take a good farm somewhere and settle down.

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