dangle mere feet from one of these behemoths to feel very small indeed.
Would the Park Avenue Armory string hundreds of Picassos or Rembrandts on wire and dangle them 45 feet in the air?
The leadership may have to dangle choice committee assignments to complete the steal, and engage in other kinds of horse-trading.
Plenty of novels can dangle the facts well enough to merit our page-turning interest.
And, like it or not, those are exactly the types of players at whom the Yankees like to dangle money, yearly.
In a hot July it is not unpleasant to dangle one's feet in water during the sultry dark hours.
She was then but fifteen, and he had just begun to dangle at her heels.
On it are strung covenants; from it dangle the names of covenant-breakers, and close to these latter hang the names of avengers.
"Very likely to dangle before somebody's eyes," he answered slyly.
Not a trace of dangle nor any other danger was visible as they rode into the dusky, yellow-lit street.
1590s, probably from Scandinavian (cf. Danish dangle, Swedish dangla "to swing about," Norwegian dangla), perhaps via North Frisian dangeln. Related: Dangled; dangling.