- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of hobnob.
“The project hailed from Joel Surnow -- an outspoken conservative who hobnobs with Rush Limbaugh -- though you may know him as the creator of the Fox series "24," which made headlines back in the day for all those interesting torture scenes.”
“Over on the Upper West Side, Rachel Nuttall is "hunkered down with PG Tips and hobnobs" with "clouds ominously circling The Time Warner towers".”
“Such hordes of beastly wretchedness and inarticulate misery are no compensation for a millionaire brewer who lives in a West End palace, sates himself with the sensuous delights of London's golden theatres, hobnobs with lordlings and princelings, and is knighted by the king.”
“He's worth an estimated $450 million and hobnobs with Bill Gates and Warren Buffett.”
“He hobnobs with prospective ticket buyers at the arena.”
“Julio's traveling companions are Tenoch (Diego Luna), a rich kid from a family that hobnobs with the nation's president, and the somewhat older Luisa (Maribel Verd ú ), a beautiful creature of mercurial moods and variable maturity who is married, not happily, to one of Tenoch's cousins.”
“Suffice to say that wound him up that much by calling each other “ginge” or “hobnobs” all lecture that we got an early dart.”
“The 30-something designer, who declines to give his exact age, hobnobs with the aristocratic rich from whom he seeks inspiration he cites European heiress Eugenie Niarchos as his muse.”
“Report this comment show me a decently researched demographic of the british pop. in relation to sex, race, hobnobs or rich tea, oh forgot religion and the we can balance the house of commons.”
“Goodell, also the author of "Big Coal," is more of a storytelling, big-picture guy who hobnobs with the likes of Lovelock and Bill Gates.”
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