verb (used without object), palled, pal·ling.
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The two spend their days palling around, feeding deer, and getting ice cream.The 13 Coolest Movie Dads: ‘Taken,’ ‘Star Wars,’ ‘Die Hard,’ and More|Marlow Stern|June 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
For Christie, the immediate advantage to palling around with Obama is clear.Obama Escapes Scandals in New Jersey, but What’s in It for Christie?|David Freedlander|May 29, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The Iranian leader is taunting the West again by palling around with Latin America autocrats.Brazil Snubs Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on Latin America Tour|Mac Margolis|January 11, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Are questionable business practices and palling around with dictators his new platform?
There he is smoking at Joshua Tree, milling around onstage, and palling around with his kid and dog named Ratbag.
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.
For some time Josephine, the nurse-girl, had either been growing jealous, or chocolates were palling upon her.By the Light of the Soul|Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
There are also moments when the vivid picturesqueness of this place comes near to palling on one.The Ways of Men|Eliot Gregory
Everything had happened too many times before—repetitive, palling and purposeless.DP|Arthur Dekker Savage
Drive out, if plane-peddling is palling on you, and bust into the lab.The Infra-Medians|Sewell Peaslee Wright