Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of sock.

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Examples

  • Since when has "playing" been classified as socking someone out multiple times??

    Rolling Stone : Rock and Roll Daily

  • A survey that the Financial Planning Association (FPA) conducted for USA TODAY this spring found that 60% of planners say the most valuable move couples can make to improve their financial lives is to set specific goals, such as socking away a set amount each month for retirement and the kids 'college education.

    Compromise is vital to forming a successful financial life together

  • Meanwhile, on Friday, March 21, the New York Post said the U.S. was "socking" the enemy and declared: "Saddam's men helpless as allies seize key cities."

    Off the Record

  • In a different kind of socking, punk poppers Short Stack were just as good at swerving as they were singing, ducking and diving the wayward hot dogs and beer cans hurled towards them while on stage.

    AustralianIT.com.au | Top Stories

  • In a different kind of socking, punk poppers Short Stack were just as good at swerving as they were singing, ducking and diving the wayward hot dogs and beer cans hurled towards them while on stage.

    AustralianIT.com.au | Top Stories

  • In a different kind of socking, punk poppers Short Stack were just as good at swerving as they were singing, ducking and diving the wayward hot dogs and beer cans hurled towards them while on stage.

    AustralianIT.com.au | Top Stories

  • In a different kind of socking, punk poppers Short Stack were just as good at swerving as they were singing, ducking and diving the wayward hot dogs and beer cans hurled towards them while on stage.

    AustralianIT.com.au | Top Stories

  • Bautista told the court he saw Garcia punching, or "socking," the 13-year-old victim during the 14th Street Park attack.

    Long Beach Press Telegram Most Viewed

  • While Mitch Larsen lets husband Stan stew in jail as punishment for wrecking the family finances, we learn that dead daughter Rosie was socking money away in her own secret account — earned as an online escort in the same "Beau Soleil" business where her permissive Aunt Terry is also making extra coin.

    Critic's Notebook: Tonys and Tragedy on Sunday Night

  • While Mitch Larsen lets husband Stan stew in jail as punishment for wrecking the family finances, we learn that dead daughter Rosie was socking money away in her own secret account — earned as an online escort in the same "Beau Soleil" business where her permissive Aunt Terry is also making extra coin.

    Critic's Notebook: Tonys and Tragedy on Sunday Night

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