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And now I am going to shake hands and hobnob with the elite—beautiful word!
Hobnob, hob′nob, adv. have or not have, a familiar invitation to drink.
Again I am struck by the familiar way in which the Russians hobnob with the Mongols.
A WAYFARER IN CHINAELIZABETH KENDALL
You can't certainly if you hobnob with the rival candidate and call him a good fellow.
It means you'll have to hobnob with Eurasian clerks and their wives.
EAST OF SUEZWILLIAM SOMERSET MAUGHAM
Once there, his family solicitor was not called upon to live with him and hobnob with his extraordinary intimates.
T. TEMBAROMFRANCES HODGSON BURNETT
And I allowed myself to hobnob with him like a boon-companion.
You would not wish to insult me by refusing to hobnob with me?
THE RED TRACKGUSTAVE AIMARD
There were even ladies in bonnets, as if they had run in neighborly to hobnob an hour with Iwakura.
FROM THE EASY CHAIR, SERIES 3GEORGE WILLIAM CURTIS
So, although foreman of the jury, you have not declined to hobnob with a man who is avowedly Mr. Grant's enemy?

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