hobby[ hob-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF hobby
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But her interest in his hobby for once failed to awaken his enthusiasm.
Is it to be a commercial union, this hobby of your minister here?
"Because the solution of such matters is a hobby of his," Wrayson answered.
She mentions it to everybody; it's a sort of hobby of hers, like my humble self, and the roses.
My two years at lectures had not been passed in vain, and surgery had been my hobby.
As for himself, he had got on very well without any special inclination or hobby.
That is the hobby of all diplomatists; they like people to believe that they are omniscient.
Alienists declare that almost every man and woman has some hobby or mania.
And no man of spirit would think of seeking to curb his hobby's gallop.
The cook might well be careworn, for cookery was the Major's hobby.
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