You'd better bring out that motto and hang it up where they can see it.
All the joy of life seems to me to hang on that little phrase.
The day promises to be splendid, but mists as yet hang over the scene.
You may hang a man if you like, but you have no right to starve him.
I'll hang it back on the peg just now, but don't use it again fer a bit.
I ought, of course, to fling myself into the chasm like that Roman fellow; but, hang it!
Hang tight, now—I'm going to beat that horse to the Hog's Back.
Why didn't you do as I told you—hang to the bridle and fight Denver off with your whip?
As Donald says, there's no reason why it should hang there for centuries and fall on him today.
She did not braid her hair, but let it hang over her shoulders.