Definition of Dangles

1. Verb. (third-person singular of dangle) ¹



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Definition of Dangles

1. dangle [v] - See also: dangle

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dangles

dangerous goods
dangerous undertaking
dangerously
dangerousness
dangerousnesses
dangers
dangherous
danging
dangle
dangle-berry
dangleberries
dangleberry
dangled
dangler
danglers
dangles (current term)
danglier
dangliest
dangling
dangling modifier
dangling participle
dangling participles
danglingly
danglings
dangly
dangs
danielsite
danio
danios
danish

Literary usage of Dangles

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1. A Pilgrim's Reliquary by Thomas Henry White (1845)
"Madame, as usual, dangles the scales in one hand, and brandishes the sword in the other: as usual too, she is blindfold, but no one who has looked at the ..."

2. The Bontoc Igorot by Albert Ernest Jenks (1905)
"The long slit is desired because the people consider the effect more beautiful when the ring swings and dangles at the bottom of the pendant ear. ..."

3. The Harvard Classics by Charles William Eliot (1910)
"But, mother, 'tis vain; but, father, 'tis vain; Stern Hamish stands bold on the brink, and dangles the child o'er the deep. Now a faintness falls on the men ..."

4. Library of Southern Literature by Edwin Anderson Alderman, Joel Chandler Harris, Charles William Kent (1909)
"But, mother, 'tis vain; but, father, 'tis vain; Stern Hamish stands bold on the brink, and dangles the child o'er the deep. Now a faintness falls on the men ..."

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