dangling[ dang-guhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF dangling
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DANGLING
Dangling from each one was a small, pear-shaped globule of metal.
Clumsily enough, dangling as he was, Bell twisted about to look for Paula.
Blake cut off the line at the foot of the cliff and left it dangling.
We might have said that before, and yet there was the dangling rope that three of them climbed.
Behold, there was a burial scaffold, with the blankets all ragged and dangling.
As if mechanically, he was dangling a pair of shiny steel handcuffs in his fingers.
"We mustn't put it too baldly," observed Southend, dangling his eyeglass.
The chief came forward; dangling from a chain on his neck was a watch.
Something long and thin and glowing was dangling from Molo's hand.
A chunk of it cut the man's arm off, and left it dangling in my hand.