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Synonyms for hang

dangle

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lower

lean

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execute

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get the hang of something

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hang around with someone

hang back

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hang on or upon something: depend

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hang on or upon something: listen attentively to

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  • listen attentively to
  • pay attention to
  • be rapt
  • give ear to

hang onto something: retain

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hang onto something: grip

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hang over something or someone

Synonyms for hang

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

to execute by suspending by the neck

to remain stationary over a place or object

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hang around: to visit regularly

hang around: to be with as a companion

hang on: to be determined by or contingent on something unknown, uncertain, or changeable

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hang on: to continue without halting despite difficulties or setbacks

hang out: to visit regularly

hang out: to be with as a companion

hang over: to be imminent

hang up: to cause to be later or slower than expected or desired

hang upon: to be determined by or contingent on something unknown, uncertain, or changeable

the proper method for doing, using, or handling something

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a special way of doing something

the way a garment hangs

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a gymnastic exercise performed on the rings or horizontal bar or parallel bars when the gymnast's weight is supported by the arms

be suspended or hanging

cause to be hanging or suspended

kill by hanging

let drop or droop

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fall or flow in a certain way

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be menacing, burdensome, or oppressive

give heed (to)

hold on tightly or tenaciously

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be exhibited

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prevent from reaching a verdict, of a jury

decorate or furnish with something suspended

be placed in position as by a hinge

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place in position as by a hinge so as to allow free movement in one direction

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suspend (meat) in order to get a gamey taste

References in periodicals archive ?
But I thought, if I were to hang myself every day, I could whip the boredom of my daily life.
Kurosawa: I saw him hang for the first time in a theater.
Artists who hang finds and creations need studios, places to shop for materials and ideas, recognition and reminders of their many related play experiences.
Let freedom ring As much as you like being alone with your guy, you two will be spending hang time with his crew, too.
Don't take his wanting to hang with the guys as a rejection of you or your new relationship.
Pop art hangs really well with an abundance of material.
The single most important thing you can do in your gallery is to hang it properly.
Tell your sister that your friend doesn't call you anymore, and suggest that the three of you hang out together.
In the photograph that goes with the article, Wilson is seated in front of ``California Baroque'' and talked of his hopes that one of his paintings would someday hang in the university library.
Best known as a landscape painter, Wilson's works currently hang in private and public collections across the United States.
The restored garment now hangs in a Mexico City basilica.
A 6-by-14-foot tile fresco of the radiant Virgin will hang from the outside wall, visible to motorists traveling Highway 101.
And as this slender- leafed South African native often flops over when growing in the ground, a basket that lets them hang over the edge is really the best way to enjoy the blossoms.
3--Ran in SAC only) Sculptor Cynthia Minet hangs out with her work, ``The Scenes'' at the Hang 'N Java coffeehouse.
I work about three months a year and the rest of the time I hang out with the girls at Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf.