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  • noun Plural form of knees-up.

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Examples

  • It took me two years to wake up and become a signed up member of the Young Conservatives, which ushered in an era of really fabulous knees-ups, private swimming luncheons and bonhomie.

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  • It took me two years to wake up and become a signed up member of the Young Conservatives, which ushered in an era of really fabulous knees-ups, private swimming luncheons and bonhomie.

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  • Rudd was a rager WE ARE deeply distressed by the cold-blooded knifing of Kevin Rudd for many reasons but mostly because knees-ups just aren't as much fun without him.

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  • There are vaudeville numbers, soaring ballads, sentimental knees-ups, two wonderful dramatic trios and of course those rousing choruses at the barricades.

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  • It is that so many folk seem to regard the Second World War, which killed 50 million people, as a rather jolly musical event, to be celebrated with endless knees-ups and mindless choruses of "We'll Meet Again."

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  • The divorced electrician from Melksham in southwest England used to blow $19,600 a year on his daily Christmas knees-ups but has halved his budget in 2009.

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  • The divorced electrician from Melksham in southwest England used to blow $19,600 a year on his daily Christmas knees-ups but has halved his budget in 2009.

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  • The divorced electrician from Melksham in southwest England used to blow $19,600 a year on his daily Christmas knees-ups but has halved his budget in 2009.

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  • Your credit card has barely recovered from the pre-Christmas knees-ups, present buying and over-priced New Year festivities when, wham, bam, it's time to splash out on something glam.

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  • The divorced electrician from Melksham in southwest England used to blow $19,600 a year on his daily Christmas knees-ups but has halved his budget in 2009.

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