- v. present participle of hang up.
“And if there were a lack of competitors, the ridicule of fools would ryot deter us from hanging up a lifeless image and practising at that.”
“He leaves the steamed components hanging up for a year to dry and season thoroughly, turns the legs on his lathe, hollows out the seats with an adze and a spokeshave, then assembles the chairs.”
“Whatever Brezhnev's explanation, Novotny was not satisfied and he angrily threw down the phone, hanging up on the new Soviet leader.”
“I went through the motions of hanging up my coat and divesting myself of shoes and the like, then plodded into the bath-room to wash my face.”
“I boiled that ham you sent me the other day it is fine, wee have three or four peases hanging up now in the top of our cabin besides wee got three fresh boxes yesterday eve so that wee as mutch provisions as wee can make use of for some time James Snider got a barrel of provisions Sent by his Girl Miss Holse near middlebrok.”
““Say good-bye, Neenie,” she said, reaching over and hanging up the phone as soon as the guard looked away.”
“Mr. Michaels dodged just in time, hanging up his phone and tucking it back into the pocket of his khakis.”
“There was his things hanging up ready: mask, clothes and old rabbity cap.”
““You an attorney?” asked the female guard, hanging up the phone.”
“(Exodus 27: 3; 1 Samuel 2: 13,14) + Probably "hooks" used for the purpose of hanging up animals to flay them.”
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