Knockabout (adjective)

Rough and casual in nature, often in reference to a person's behavior or clothing.

Origin:

Derived from the word "knockabout" meaning rough and casual in nature.

Examples:

  1. He was a knockabout kind of guy, always up for a good time.
  2. She was a knockabout person and didn't care about what others thought of her.
  3. He had a knockabout sense of humor.
  4. The knockabout style of the dress suited her.
  5. He was a knockabout person and always ready for adventure.
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