American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Slang A frequently visited place.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One's place of business or resort; a rendezvous.
- n. A place for hanging out.
- n. a frequently visited place
“The LJ is my main hangout these days, but I repost to the FB fan page, Yahoo, and Twitter, too.”
“And I thought, What kind of revolutionary hangout is it where the people watch The Golden Girls?”
“He said firefighters extinguished a smaller fire at the property about a year ago, and the building had become known as a hangout for vagrants.”
“The epicenter will be a single block of Pennsylvania Ave. SE -- it's home to both the Hawk and Dove, which has become the local headquarters for Green Bay Packers backers, and the Pour House, a bar well known as the hangout for Terrible Towel-waving Steelers fans.”
“With its colourful houses, street cafes and lively nightlife, the area is best-known as a hangout for students and a stop-off for those visiting the city pad of the poet Pablo Neruda, which is kept shipshape (literally), just as he and his third wife left it.”
“The late '60's were the glory days for Elaine's, as her place was rapidly becoming well-known as a hangout for writers and, increasingly, the show business crowd.”
“Tarantino likes to talk about what he has dubbed the hangout genre of films and Rolling is just that—a great entry for the genre.”
“After Grand Finale, the building changed hands, eventually becoming a Euro hangout, which is how I met Ileana, a gorgeous bartender who would become one of my favorite loves.”
“In the event you somehow missed the national media coverage over the past few months, Bell and five other teens – The Jena Six – were arrested as a result of a fight stemming from nooses hung on a tree known as a hangout for whites only.”
“Thick patches of blood and severed limbs littered the popular hangout, which is close to a meditation retreat and a Jewish center officials say were previously scouted by a terrorist suspect now detained in the U.S.”
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