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Engaging in normal activity after an illness.
- ‘This weekend is turning out to be full, but I guess it's better to be out and about in this kind of weather.’
- ‘Today is this guy's birthday, so if you see him out and about, buy him a drink or a cupcake.’
- ‘Many of the activities for the next seven days focus on getting out and about in the Ilkley area.’
- ‘We hope they have a lovely time, and the community are looking forward to seeing them all out and about.’
- ‘Maria is currently a bit under the weather and all her friends and family hope to see her out and about again real soon.’
- ‘Again, this was all due to my illness and generally not getting out and about.’
- ‘It was a beautiful day to be out and about in Southern California and I had a great time.’
- ‘Her family wish her a speedy recovery to full health and her friends hope to see her out and about again really soon.’
- ‘I am always out and about, always doing something, but what I do is nothing.’
- ‘All your neighbours are delighted to see you home again and look forward to seeing you out and about soon.’
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