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Origin of hangout
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Example sentences from the Web for hangout
It also takes place near a minefield of rocks, is a hangout spot for sharks, and breaks on a reef.Now That Everest Is Closed, Check Out These Other Extreme Adventures|Nina Strochlic|May 8, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“We are aware we do not have capacity within Nigeria to rescue the girls,” she said in the Google Hangout.Up to Speed: What’s Happening to Nigeria’s Kidnapped Girls?|Nina Strochlic|May 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Ali and his friends used to spend hours at the Somali hangout.
As a TV gal who has reported and anchored and spouted opinions from news sets across the country, Google Hangout felt pretty real.Why Google Hangouts Are Hot: Television’s Next Frontier|Lauren Ashburn|August 29, 2012|DAILY BEAST
We'll be using Google's "Hangout" feature, which is a live video stream of the book panel participants.'Hangout' With Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand and Author Sheryl WuDunn|The Daily Beast|March 15, 2012|DAILY BEAST
He suspected Knobs of holding an interest in the Novelty Company, in truth suspected that floor of being his hangout.The Firebug|Roy J. Snell
"This must have been Dangler's hangout," was Dick's comment.The Rover Boys on the Farm|Arthur M. Winfield (AKA Edward Stratemeyer)
Tom Howe, the young detective who had pointed out the dark-faced one, had given her the street number believed to be his hangout.The Magic Curtain|Roy J. Snell
These fellows may not have any force at their hangout to speak of.The Radio Boys on Secret Service Duty|Gerald Breckenridge
Ward Three was the hangout of a cheap gang of hoodlums, numbering some four hundred, who went in for small crimes mostly.Police Your Planet|Lester del Rey
British Dictionary definitions for hangout
Idioms and Phrases with hangout
Protrude downward, as in The dog's tongue was hanging out, or The branches hung out over the driveway. [c. 1400]
Display a flag or sign of some kind, as in They hung out the flag on every holiday. [Mid-1500s]
Reside, live, as in I've found a place downtown, and I'll be hanging out there beginning next week. [c. 1800]
Spend one's free time in; also, loiter, pass time idly. For example, They hung out around the pool parlor, or They spent the evening just hanging out. [Slang; mid-1900s]
hang out with. Keep company with, appear in public with, as in She's hanging out with her ex-boyfriend again. [Slang; second half of 1900s] Also see the subsequent idioms beginning with hang out; let it all hang out.