Definition of Hangouts

1. Noun. (plural of hangout) ¹



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Definition of Hangouts

1. hangout [n] - See also: hangout

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hangouts

hangings
hangis
hangman
hangman's fracture
hangman's halter
hangman's noose
hangman's nooses
hangman's rope
hangmanship
hangmen
hangnail
hangnails
hangnest
hangnests
hangout
hangouts (current term)
hangover
hangoverish
hangovers
hangry
hangs
hangs about
hangs around
hangs by a thread
hangs out
hangs out to dry
hangs up
hangtag
hangtags
hangtime

Literary usage of Hangouts

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1. Costa Rica by Bruce Conord (2006)
"Nighttime hangouts El Pueblo (Barrio Tournon, just north of the downtown, go by taxi) was built as an imitation Spanish colonial-era village. ..."

2. Treatment Services for Adolescent Substance Abusers by Alfred S. Friedman (1998)
"In what we have come to call a reconnaissance, we recommend that preliminary study of target populations include five important aspects: (1) youth hangouts; ..."

3. Urban Street Gang Enforcement by Edward Connors, Barbara Webster, Newl Miller, Claire Johnson, Elizabeth Fraser, Bill Falcon (1998)
"Surveillance of known gang drug-trafficking locations, hangouts, and residences may yield information about customers, vehicles, associates, MO's, ..."

4. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1883)
"... religious organization, and two student hangouts—the popular Rock Chalk Cafe at one end and the Gaslight Tavern at the university end of the street. ..."

5. The Negro in Chicago: A Study of Race Relations and a Race Riot by Chicago Commission on Race Relations (1922)
"... and where disreputable poolrooms, hoodlum-infested saloons and other criminal hangouts are plentiful. Often it has been the case that public officials ..."

6. The Literature of Roguery by Frank Wadleigh Chandler (1907)
"Life on the road, in tramp hangouts, and in durance, brings its joys and its griefs to the boy. Imprisonment among professional criminals in a county jail ..."

7. Negro Migration During the War by Emmett Jay Scott (1920)
"The crowds that blackened the pool rooms and " hangouts" faded away as the trains continued to leave. Wild rumors about the North crept into circulation and ..."

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