dangle

[v] - hang freely 2. [v] - cause to dangle or hang freely
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Dangle

• (v. t.) To cause to dangle; to swing, as something suspended loosely; as, to dangle the feet. • (v. i.) To hang loosely, or with a swinging or jerking motion.
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dangle

swing verb hang freely; `the ornaments dangled from the tree`; `The light dropped from the ceiling`
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Dangle

[espionage] Dangle (podstava in Russian intelligence jargon and chèvre in French police and intelligence jargon) is a term used in intelligence work to refer to an agent or officer of one intelligence agency or group who pretends to be interested in defecting or turning`` to another intelligence agency or group. The goal of a dangle is to ...
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Dangle

Dan'gle (dăn'g'l) intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Dangled ; present participle & verbal noun Dangling .] [ Akin to Danish dangle , dial. Swedish dangla , Dan. dingle , Swedish dingla , Ic...
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Dangle

Dan'gle transitive verb To cause to dangle; to swing, as something suspended loosely; as, to dangle the feet. « And the bridegroom stood dangling his bonnet and plume.» Sir W. Scott.
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dangle

hang freely
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Dangle

When a fly has swung around in the current and is directly downstream of the rod it is said to be 'on the dangle'.
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Dangle

When a player handles the puck or himself in such a manner to fool the opponent into moving out of p
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