Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of dangler.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • One of the main reasons to avoid danglers is to keep from making oneself ridiculous.

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  • One of the main reasons to avoid danglers is to keep from making oneself ridiculous.

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  • The laws linking mind and brain are what Feigl (1958) calls nomological danglers, that is, brute facts added onto the body of integrated physical law.

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  • Within sixty seconds, the three unknown "danglers" were swinging beneath the chopper, ascending slowly against the downdraft of the rotors.

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  • The children need not follow exactly the shapes of the "danglers" and pendants shown here -- let them exercise their own taste in these.

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  • Toy Holy Hand Grenades are widely available on the internet, either as collector's toys or as 'danglers' to hang over a car's rear-view mirror, like furry dice.

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  • The forthcoming Spongebob 'danglers' range has been based upon the 'SpongeWatch' style guide and can be attached to items such as mobile phones, keyrings, bags and belts.

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  • During my 30 years of editing I've made a collection of "danglers" that have crossed my desk.

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  • You know his horror of 'danglers'; he is afraid of aimless flirtations with Bluebell, who, being also Cecil's companion, is constantly in the drawing-room. "

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  • This form of government operation leaves two many danglers!

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