hangers on who get in touch with girls and still write things like, ‘If you get into the industry you can make $20,000 a month.’
The café can sit about 20 people, has a cozy atmosphere, beautiful paintings and hangers for scarves and manteaux.
The center-right hedge fund clique known as Third Way, and associated Blue Dogs and hangers on.
To have the pipe in true alignment, the hangers must be hung and placed in line.
The other fellows are just hangers on—camp followers, so to speak.
We found that the hangers could easily be bent without removal.
There are in use too many kinds of hangers to explain or describe them here.
Some ran to the guns, others got hold of their hangers and small-arms.
In a building constructed of wood, the hangers are secured to the joists.
Without the massed vote of the saloon and its hangers on, he would not have been again chosen Mayor.
early 15c., "one who hangs (something)," especially "hangman;" agent noun of hang (v.). Meaning "something that is suspended" is late 15c. Meaning "thing from which something is hung" is from 1690s. Specifically of coat or dress hangers from 1873. Hanger-on is from 1540s.