1. Suffering feelings of want, dissatisfaction. 2. Acting on impulse rather than with forethought, caution.
1. From a freudian perspective, sports serves as an arena for acting out sexual drives. 2. A projection of how one plays the game of life. 3. Encourage abuse (sounds like “sock her”).
1. Discarding old ways of acting. 2. One is “shaking things up.” 3. One is afraid of someone.
1. A feeling that someone is being deceptive, perhaps cheating (to act out a vice). 2. A need to assess behavior regarding moral questions (to see others acting out a vice). 3. A need not to judge others for their behavior. 4. Reverse: life progresses on a morally upright path.
İf a man is seen as a boy, he is acting immaturely
Unlike a monkey, an ape is figurative of a person who goes “ape”, acting wild or crazy
Conduct revealing one should slow down and think before acting
One who makes the mistake of acting too swiftly; see “animals”
Foolish acting, overly sentimental
A stupid acting person