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Definition of "socking" [socking]

  • Present participle of sock. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "socking" in a sentence
  • "Since when has "playing" been classified as socking someone out multiple times??"
  • "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."
  • "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.""