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Dangle

To hold out a hope enticingly.

Dangle. Common if you dangle a carrot in front of someone or offer them a carrot you try to persuade them to do something by offering them a rewardthe team have dangled a 17 million carrot in front of the italian to remain in north america. Dangle dangler or dangling may refer to. She sat on the edge of the pool dangling her feet in the water. Dangle the prize in front of the.

He grabbed the rope she. To offer someone something he assumes the role of bus driver positioning himself at one end of the couch with his feet dangling through the railing and. Escape baskets slung from them dangle beside the building for people to climb into. Dangle the ball on a string before the baby.

The crystals dangle on and refined chain to create a sensual movement and understated elegance. Dangle the wind chimes from the tree branch. To hang loosely or to hold something so that it hangs loosely. How to use dangle in a sentence.

He dangled a piece of string in front of the cat. The rope dangled in the breeze. Dangle dangledangledangledangle v. Dangle synonyms dangle pronunciation dangle translation english dictionary definition of dangle.

Verb let your arms dangle at your sides. Suspend loosely and sway to and fro. He is to offer the public a new. 1 the legs dangled loosely from the corpse.

Dangler plot device an unresolved plot line in a story dangle espionage an agent of one side who pretends to be interested in defecting to another side dangle a type of earring dangle in ice hockey a variety of moves where a player dekes fakes out a goalie or player it originally meant to.