The Iranian leader is taunting the West again by palling around with Latin America autocrats.
Are questionable business practices and palling around with dictators his new platform?
The two spend their days palling around, feeding deer, and getting ice cream.
There he is smoking at Joshua Tree, milling around onstage, and palling around with his kid and dog named Ratbag.
Far from palling around with polygamists, the salvo proclaims, Romney is the last bulwark between America and gay marriage.
And she snatched a palling off the fence and nearly beat them poor white trash to death.
Then, too, I think the zest of the game was palling on us a little, strange as it may seem.
This boy here has been palling about with a Yaqui Indian he made me take in when he was here last time.
There is a danger of palling the public with too much even of a very good thing.
She doesn't know my Fauchery: a dirty gent he is, too, palling up with women like that so as to get on in the world.
Old English pæll "rich cloth or cloak, purple robe, altar cloth," from Latin pallium "cloak, coverlet, covering," in Tertullian, the garment worn by Christians instead of the Roman toga; related to pallo "robe, cloak," palla "long upper garment of Roman women," perhaps from the root of pellis "skin." Notion of "cloth spread over a coffin" (mid-15c.) led to figurative sense of "dark, gloomy mood" (1742).
"become tiresome," 1700, from Middle English pallen "to become faint, fail in strength" (late 14c.), shortened form of appallen "to dismay, fill with horror or disgust" (see appall). Related: Palled; palling.