hang over[ hang ]SEE DEFINITION OF hang over
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HANG OVER
The day promises to be splendid, but mists as yet hang over the scene.
She did not braid her hair, but let it hang over her shoulders.
With what delight, then, did I hang over the pages of Carnot and Jomini!
So, after all, it seemed that mystery was to hang over Tim and me still.
When we were at Dranoutre one of them used to hang over our billeting place.
A cloud seemed to hang over him; he was in a state of lethargy.
He resolved that he would not be ill, a ridiculous log for women to hang over.
Probably had; last night's outing wasn't much to hang over about.
The spectator seems to hang over this mummy as if spell-bound.
Unjust—that this black cloud should hang over one blameless as any of them!