good around

good around

Fool or play around, engage in horseplay, as in The boys were goofing around in the schoolyard. [ lang; 1920s]
See also: around, good
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He added: "I'm pretty good around the house I like a tidy house, Penny is really untidy.
Even as I sell it, the car will continue to give me great pleasure as it furthers the mission of the foundation to do good around the world.
He's a good lad and was good around the club but it's probably a bit early for him.
They might want him out on the boundary but he's a good fieldsman, he's good around the ring.
Kiefer came good around this time last year, when he upset Mark Philippoussis to win the Salem Open in Hong Kong.
Aside from the lingering bad taste from last season's school-worst 4-10-2 record, when the Matadors lost their final four games and six of eight, and the fact the program was cut this summer before being reinstated, things are looking good around training camp.
They are really good around the goals, really quick and what we call either a 'banana' or 'check side', they are getting really good at now because they practice it so often.
In fact, Kidman is so good around the kitchen she's even considering bringing out her own cookery book.
Micky is very good around here and is always a good man to have on your side.
Shea kicks: The buzz was good around All-American punter Jeff Shea after his performance at the Hula Bowl two weekends ago.
He's really good around the team," Arthur said of 25-year-old Steyn, who has taken 136 wickets in 27 Tests.
He is good around other dogs and could live with a family but they would need to be older and in their teens.
New York - Scot Pollard (Kansas): At 6-11, he can rebound and is good around the basket.
OLDJOESAID always seems to come good around this time of the year and looks well drawn on the new five-furlong track at Haydock.
He likes his walks and enjoys playing with toys -but isn't good around other animals so needs to be the only pet in the home.