- v. present participle of monkey.
“Reflecting on the fine-tuning of the conditions necessary for the universe to bring forth life, he suggested that the universe looks like a "put-up job," as if someone had been "monkeying" with the laws of physics, getting ready in advance for the appearance of life.”
“The whole sorry episode left me wondering, Has Scholastic done this kind of monkeying around with the facts in their books or "discussion guides" before?”
“Can such ecosystems be improved through conscious design or is "monkeying" with such systems invariably counterproductive?”
“She spent half an hour "monkeying" with the gate, and then stopped short and began to study.”
“GMIS2010 "Quit 'monkeying' around and get to GMIS 2010.”
“I wonder what the medical reasons for classifying it as a prescription drug are-do you know? decision as a rare fact-based inquiry and denouncement, by a federal judge, of the kind of monkeying around with science that we've long heard pervaded Bush agencies.”
“Unless these issues are addressed, no amount of monkeying with an ill-defined Gen Y concept on slides will matter.”
“Especially if they start monkeying around with the elections rules.”
“You're a grown man, George ... you should stop monkeying around.”
“Being a dyed-in-wool-foodie and a part time cook, I couldn't leave well enough alone and kept monkeying with sauces and ingredients at our apartment in Vancouver," he said.”
Looking for tweets for monkeying.