verb (used without object), hob·nobbed, hob·nob·bing.
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And now I am going to shake hands and hobnob with the elite—beautiful word!The Million Dollar Mystery|Harold MacGrath
Hobnob, hob′nob, adv. have or not have, a familiar invitation to drink.
Again I am struck by the familiar way in which the Russians hobnob with the Mongols.A Wayfarer in China|Elizabeth Kendall
You can't certainly if you hobnob with the rival candidate and call him a good fellow.The Opinions of a Philosopher|Robert Grant
It means you'll have to hobnob with Eurasian clerks and their wives.East of Suez|William Somerset Maugham