fling around

fling someone or something around

to sling or throw someone or something around. Don't fling your wet clothing around. You are messing up the whole room. Don't fling around all your clothes.
See also: around, fling
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The characters use the chairs as props which they move around, fling around, squeeze through, wear, are crushed by and which are intricately employed both symbolically as well as as actual items, from a crib and high-chair to a straightjacket.
I don't have a huge budget to fling around the shops and kit myself out.
Such rhetorical cacophonies, all foolish, fling around,
What we did do was fling around counter-accusations like a man having a seizure in a legal office.
Climb on board and the mass disappears; the bike's a dream to fling around a tight racetrack.
John Robert, from Cathays, said: "They are not just coming on the weekend for a quick fling around the car park.
It is not the sort of car to fling around country bends but it is a comfortable five-seater.
But many young men do have a brief gay fling around adolescence before deciding they are, after all, straight.
When you fling around as much mud as I have, you have to have a big cloth with you.
It'll be a warm day in San Diego when someone hauls 360 tons of man-made snow into Mission Bay Park for snowboarders to fling around on.
Conservatives love to fling around terms like "socialist" and "class warmonger" whenever someone suggests that policy makers tend to favor rich, influential special interests.
I mean, who has that kind of money to fling around on feeding people you haven't met for years, putting almonds in a little net bag and ordering a finger buffet for 150 at the night do?
It's pretty easy to fling around the figures in the knowledge that there won't be any argument now.