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hang

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Synonyms for dangle

to fasten or be fastened at one point with no support from below

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hang freely

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cause to dangle or hang freely

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They were also filmed on the arch above St Nicholas Cemetery in Aberdeen, where Bogdanovs performed a handstand and Borthwick dangled from the edge.
But Judge Venables concluded the girl had been dangled out of a window.
Now the same mouldy carrot is dangled once again, for a third time.
NNA - The security forces and prison guards aborted what could have been the largest prison escape from Roumyeh after some inmates tied four 17 meters long ropes and dangled them from the surveillance tower of the prison.
But I still can't get over the man in China who dangled his threeyear-old daughter from a sixthfloor window after an argument with his wife.
London, June 19 ( ANI ): A Chinese man dangled his terrified three-year-old daughter out of a sixth-floor window after having a heated argument with her mother.
The child, who was close to plummeting to the ground as she dangled 20 metres in the air, had her feet propped up by passerby Zhou Chong for ten minutes before she was rescued.
A survey conducted revealed that in most of the residential and commercial areas generally congested areas including Tench Bhatta, Peoples Colony, Bakra Mandi, Dhoke Saydian, Masrial road, Lalkurti, Amarpura, Raja Bazaar, residential areas of Committee Chowk, Buni, Akalgarh, Motti Bazaar and other areas, the electric wires are not properly dangled.
His legs dangled beneath the box and he started slipping as rescuers put their lives at risk trying to reach him.
Without arm and/or back support, the subjects dangled for 5 min with no movement (i.
Because of what he had done before Mr Tymon picked him up and dangled him by his feet over the balcony in order, say the prosecution, to punish him for having been cheeky," he alleged.
2 : to cause to hang loosely <We dangled our feet in the water.
MUM Tracey Fletcher today described how she thought of her three children as she dangled helplessly above a well - and then plunged 30ft.
The school has dangled the site as a prize to the developer who not only submitted the winning bid, but also agreed to rebuild the law school on the remainder of the space.
Lightning and thunder struck, and a projected tree motif began shaking violently while the dancers dangled from makeshift nooses fashioned from the panels.