- v. Simple past tense and past participle of hobnob.
“When he learned that Mahogany, with whom he had so often drank and "hobnobbed," was only the hunter disguised, who was thus plotting his crime, the Irishman's astonishment can hardly be described.”
“The charges, which left Mr. Bergrin in federal custody and facing a possible death penalty, were a stunning development for a flamboyant man who owned a Mercedes and a Bentley, hobnobbed with movie stars and boasted of beach homes in New Jersey and the Caribbean.”
“There was only one solution: the saloon, the congregating-place of men, the place where men hobnobbed with John Barleycorn.”
“He hobnobbed with actresses and manipulated the media.”
“When Michelle Obama appointed Rogers, the flamboyant businesswomen posed for magazine covers, hobnobbed at New York fashion shows, and proclaimed she would transform the job.”
“These include at least three wintertime trips to the Caribbean and a trip by Google chief executive Eric Schmidt to the Cannes Film Festival, where he hobnobbed with Mick Jagger and Hollywood stars.”
“He traveled to Europe and hobnobbed with artists and revolutionaries.”
“Malachi hobnobbed with some of them at a Washington mixer in 2009, one of the numerous artist development events the Washington chapter holds each year.”
“He was named a Young Global Leader at the World Economic Forum in Davos and hobnobbed with Russian oligarchs, blueblood British bankers and esteemed academics.”
“Now he has been replaced by a man who hobnobbed with retired terrorists and spent much of his Senate career running down the military.”
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