- v. present participle of sit around.
“A group of them were sitting around talking about the months, or year, or two years ago when women had not been permitted in Lamont Library, or in the main dining room of the Faculty Club.”
“Ahalf hour later, the four of us were sitting around the computer in my bedroom.”
“THIRTEEN-YEAR-OLD DARREN AND A HALF DOZEN OF HIS video game–playing friends are sitting around a table at the Boys and Girls Club in a working-class section of Boston.”
“WE were sitting around the fire at Colonel Holborow's.”
“I felt dumb as hell sitting around my apartment in nothing but a damn thong and some fuck-me pumps all damn night.”
“He let the hugeness of it roll around in his head, and looked up at the other Animals, who were sitting around the perimeter of the limo, similarly posed, trying not to make eye contact with one another.”
“They were all sitting around at various tables and along a mahogany bar, watching holo-vision.”
“We are sitting around a long oval table in the House of Friendship and Peace on the Fontanka Embankment.”
“But as I looked out into the smoke at the seamed and unshaved and rouged faces of the people sitting around the long table strewn with AA pamphlets, my words seemed twice-told and melodramatic, removed from the problems of people who counted themselves fortunate if they had food to eat that evening or a place to sleep that night.”
“But sometimes when we were just sitting around talking – what was the expression he used? schmoosing, that's Yiddish, I guess.”
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