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- n. Plural form of hobnobber.
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The heart of the Tea Parties will always be at home in the town squares, where the real people can be seen and heard, not in some fancy convention hall, making backroom deals and networking with other hobnobbers.
Hungover hobnobbers reconvene Sunday morning at Politico publisher Robert Allbritton's Georgetown manse to "nosh on hand-rolled sushi and dim sum prepared by Wolfgang Puck's The Source."
Not to worry: Mr. McKenzie was eventually given his own trophy, and he reported that he felt much more important inside, with all the other hobnobbers.
By this time, Mike Shelton, one of the most distinguished musical hobnobbers St. Louis has ever known, had moved back with Carrie, and it was clear she was happy about it.