from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. one who dangles about others, especially after women.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who dangles about or after others, especially after women; a trifler.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which dangles or hangs; one who dangles about another.
She landed on her bed; it was the sort commonly called a "dangler"-- a two person hammock of strong but lightweight demi-silk, anchored to the ceiling at four points.
"This case seems potentially more serious than the Sestak matter for at least three reasons: the dangler was a government official and not a private citizen/intermediary; the jobs dangled were paid positions (unlike the unpaid advisory slot dangled to Sestak); and Romanoff is not obviously as qualified for these jobs as Sestak was for the position discussed with him."
I desire my lady's man may be eail'd my lady's dangler, which is the term at Court for such sort of cattle.
I think the Park Slope 'dangler' and the Prospect Park Prince are one and the same.
You can see from the middle pic that the choker has a "dangler" down the back for an even more sexy look, esp with a dress!
Muradjan Halmuratov Uzbekistan was the final dangler caught just before the final lap to go.
Can I borrow, puhleeze, a Boyden pic, IOW, you lovable loyal right royal lure-dangler, you?
You see I've never been a radio listener, a CD swapper, or an earbud dangler.
The entire ordeal is disheartening at best, a noose-dangler at worst. rotgut says:
After years as an editor at The New York Times Book Review, I can vouch that almost everybody gets something wrong now and then -- a dangler here, a spelling problem there, a runaway sentence, beastly punctuation.
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