Scrabble word: HANG

HANG

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Official Scrabble (OSPD)
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Definitions of HANG in dictionaries:

    • noun - a special way of doing something
    • noun - the way a garment hangs
    • noun - a gymnastic exercise performed on the rings or horizontal bar or parallel bars when the gymnast's weight is supported by the arms
    • verb - be suspended or hanging
    • verb - cause to be hanging or suspended
    • verb - kill by hanging
    • verb - let drop or droop
    • verb - fall or flow in a certain way
    • verb - be menacing, burdensome, or oppressive
    • verb - give heed (to)
    • verb - be suspended or poised
    • verb - hold on tightly or tenaciously
    • verb - be exhibited
    • verb - prevent from reaching a verdict, of a jury
    • verb - decorate or furnish with something suspended
    • verb - be placed in position as by a hinge
    • verb - place in position as by a hinge so as to allow free movement in one direction
    • verb - suspend (meat) in order to get a gamey taste
    • To fasten from above with no support from below; suspend.
    • To suspend or fasten so as to allow free movement at or about the point of suspension: hang a door.
    • To execute by suspending by the neck: They hanged the prisoner at dawn.
    • To fix or attach at an appropriate angle: hang a scythe to its handle.
    • To alter the hem of (a garment) so as to fall evenly at a specified height.
    • To furnish, decorate, or appoint by suspending objects around or about: hang a room with curtains.
    • To hold or incline downward; let droop: hang one’s head in sorrow.
    • To attach to a wall: hang wallpaper.
    • To display, as in a gallery or an office: hung four new paintings in the foyer.
    • To give (a nickname or label) to someone.
    • To deadlock (a jury) by failing to render a unanimous verdict.
    • To throw (a pitch) in such a manner as to fail to break.
    • To be attached from above with no support from below.
    • To die as a result of hanging.
    • To remain suspended or poised over a place or an object; hover: rain clouds hanging low over the corn fields.
    • To attach oneself as a dependent or an impediment; cling.
    • To incline downward; droop.
    • To depend: Everything hangs on the committee’s decision.
    • To pay strict attention: a student who hangs on the professor’s every word.
    • To remain unresolved or uncertain: His future hung in the balance.
    • To fit the body in loose lines: a dress that hangs well.
    • To be on display, as in a gallery.
    • To fail to break or move in the intended way, as a curve ball.
    • To be imminent; loom: the threat hanging over us.
    • To be or become burdensome: Time hung heavy on my hands.
    • The way in which something hangs.
    • A downward inclination or slope.
    • Particular meaning or significance.
    • The proper method for doing, using, or handling something: finally got the hang of it.
    • A suspension of motion; a slackening.
    • To spend time idly; loiter.
    • To persevere: decided to hang in despite his illness.
    • To cling tightly to something.
    • To continue persistently; persevere.
    • To keep a telephone connection open.
    • To wait for a short period of time.
    • To spend one’s free time in a certain place: “a group of boys who hung out together around what they called ‘Barry’s Corner’” (Linda Ellerbee).
    • To pass time idly; loiter: spent the evening just hanging out.
    • To keep company; date: hanging out with a former boyfriend.
    • To stand united; stick together: “We must all hang together, or assuredly we shall all hang separately” (Benjamin Franklin).
    • To constitute a coherent totality: diverse plot lines that did not hang together.
    • To suspend on a hook or hanger.
    • To replace (a telephone receiver) on its base or cradle.
    • To end a telephone conversation.
    • To delay or impede; hinder: Budget problems hung up the project for months.
    • To become halted or snagged: The fishing line hung up on a rock.
    • To have or cause to have emotional difficulties or inhibitions.
    • To replace (a telephone receiver) on its base or cradle.
    • To end a telephone conversation.
    • To delay or impede; hinder: Budget problems hung up the project for months.
    • To become halted or snagged: The fishing line hung up on a rock.
    • To have or cause to have emotional difficulties or inhibitions.
    • To delay: “They are people who hung fire even through the bloody days of the Hungarian Revolution” (Mark Muro).
    • To persevere despite difficulties; persist: She hung in there despite pressure to resign.
    • To be completely relaxed.
    • In all other senses of the word, hung is the preferred form as past tense and past participle.
    • adj - to attach from above only [v HUNG or HANGED, HANGING, HANGS] : HANGABLE

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