hobnob

[v] - rub elbows with
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Hobnob

Hob'nob` adverb [ Anglo-Saxon habban to have + habban to have not; ne not + habban to have. See Have , and confer Habnab .] 1. Have or have not; -- a familiar invitation to reciprocal drinking. Shak. 2. At random; hit or miss. (Obso...
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Hobnob

Hob'nob` intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Hornobbed ; present participle & verbal noun Hornobbing .] 1. To drink familiarly (with another). [ Written also hob-a-nob .] 2. To associate familiarly; to ...
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Hobnob

Hob'nob` noun Familiar, social intercourse. W. Black.
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hobnob

verb rub elbows with; `He hobnobs with the best of society`
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Hobnob

• (v. i.) To drink familiarly (with another). • (adv.) Have or have not; -- a familiar invitation to reciprocal drinking. • (adv.) At random; hit or miss. (Obs.) • (n.) Familiar, social intercourse. • (v. i.) To associate familiarly; to be on intimate terms.
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