Idioms about hobby
Origin of hobby1
OTHER WORDS FROM hobbyhob·by·ist, nounhob·by·less, adjective
Other definitions for hobby (2 of 3)
Origin of hobby2
Other definitions for hobby (3 of 3)
How to use hobby in a sentence
Her many hobbies include tap dancing, baking, and lots and lots of crafting.From Baltimore Ravens Cheerleader to Mrs. Robinson|Brandy Zadrozny|November 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
With more women achieving financial parity with men, more women are able to take up luxury hobbies men have long enjoyed.
Did you two engage in any hobbies or games together in your downtime?
His off-track hobbies include moto-cross driving and skydiving.Formula 1 Champion Michael Schumacher In Coma After Ski Accident|Barbie Latza Nadeau|December 30, 2013|DAILY BEAST
But my parents also left me with a dearth of hobbies that make admissions committees salivate.
But the world, Auberon, the real world, is not run on these hobbies.The Napoleon of Notting Hill|Gilbert K. Chesterton
He is a great lover of books and gardening—two antithetical hobbies—which are charming in themselves, and healthily counteractive.Heroes of the Telegraph|J. Munro
Now, next I want to say some things about having dinner at night, for that is one of my hobbies.Living on a Little|Caroline French Benton
Her hobbies are reading science fiction novels, going to the opera and listening to folk music.The Colors of Space|Marion Zimmer Bradley
Law becomes thus a sort of anthology of various existing crowd-hobbies.The Behavior of Crowds|Everett Dean Martin