In other words, a ruling for hobby Lobby could make “Turn the Gays Away” the law of the land.
Looking at the roots of larp makes the hobby easier to take seriously and divorces the desire from childishness.
Some men consider this a relationship; others who are in relationships consider it a hobby.
More to the point, hobby Lobby and “Turn the Gays Away” laws are things Americans can do something about.
"I don't really have time for a job," she said, describing her work for Spinner as more of a hobby.
Persons can retain a hobby or an illusion for a time or for all time.
On the whole, I think my hobby is more beneficial to you than yours is profitable to me.'
No, the debt could not be paid this way; she had no right to do it; it was her own fancy, her hobby, perhaps.
It was the one hobby of the signorino's that she regarded with disrespect.
There are those who deny with enthusiasm the existence of a God and are happy in a hobby which they call the Mistakes of Moses.
late 13c., hobyn, "small horse, pony," later "mock horse used in the morris dance," and c.1550 "child's toy riding horse," which led to hobby-horse in a transferred sense of "favorite pastime or avocation," first recorded 1670s, shortened to hobby by 1816. The connecting notion being "activity that doesn't go anywhere." Probably originally a proper name for a horse (cf. dobbin), a diminutive of Robert or Robin. The original hobbyhorse was a "Tourney Horse," a wooden or basketwork frame worn around the waist and held on with shoulder straps, with a fake tail and horse head attached, so the wearer appears to be riding a horse. These were part of church and civic celebrations at Midsummer and New Year's throughout England.