bucket around
 v. phr.— «Where breathes the fighting man with soul so dead that he takes insult on being termed a soldier of fortune? There’s no better label for the man who prefers bucketing around the globe seeking danger to a safe nest where his protected talent may flower in peace.» —“Saigon Warriors” by S.L.A. Marshall Washington Post, Times Herald Oct. 5, 1963. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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