Synonyms for dangle
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DANGLE
They dangle not down like spindles, but hang stiff and bend at the elbow.
While he answered one of Mr. Crane's questions, he let them dangle from his fingers.
She was then but fifteen, and he had just begun to dangle at her heels.
"Very likely to dangle before somebody's eyes," he answered slyly.
Next moment Yorke was down, and Dangle was not there to pick up the ball.
Dangle scowled at this reference—What right had the captain to score off him?
Dangle reported, when he got back to his house, that argument had been hopeless.
And Dangle had to stand an uncomfortable cross-examination on this incident too.
The wonder to me is,” sneered Dangle, “that he brazened it out as long as he did.
Dangle, as he crossed the Green to class, was hooted all the way.
1590s, probably from Scandinavian (cf. Danish dangle, Swedish dangla "to swing about," Norwegian dangla), perhaps via North Frisian dangeln. Related: Dangled; dangling.