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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"Since he got back from hospital he's been really good around the camp."
"I genuinely think Liverpool fans on Henderson and Milner, they don't really like them that much as players, but they actually accept that they give their all and if the team are winning and they've got a little bit of good around them, they'll accept them.
"I can tell he will be really good around children.
And he was delighted with what he saw, saying:"It was great to have the boys down on Saturday and the feeling is very good around the squad already.
"The Eagles are very good around their own track but that is no excuse.
She doesn't like to share, she is good around other dogs but wants everything just for herself and is determined enough to ensure that this happens, we feel Mirna needs to live as an only dog.
"He's very good around the maul, both in attack and defence.
She is house trained, and is good around other cats.
"The second balls were not good around the two situations where we conceded.
"The atmosphere is positive and good around the squad, but we also must be cautious and learn from the experiences of previous years," Pique told press on Thursday.
According to the website Pets4Homes English bulldogs are extremely loyal and good around children of all ages and seldom bark.
"There was a lot of good around Chris's rather tragic life, because there was a family around her that loved her," he was quoted as saying.
Eventually he could end up being captain, he's that good around the place."
Sporting may have rated West too high, especially when both men are clearly very good around the sixty bed.