Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


But is that hang-out of the foxes on the way to the old mansion you mentioned?

At noon he'll be at the water hole, four mile north of the hang-out.

Well, if they had a hang-out at Aves, that would have been dead easy.

They had all been in for breakfast, and were now returned to the hang-out to chat and scheme.

He has two systems of morality: one for his business, and the other for the hang-out.

He himself calls it a gang, and his club-house a "hang-out."

Dump: a lodging-house or restaurant; synonymous with "hang-out."

"A hang-out for quitters and a meeting-place for yeggs," he thought.

The ranch was still a hang-out for every waster in the country.

"May you sleep well in Jim Galloway's hang-out," said Norton lightly.