That was the closest we ever came to going down dangler's hill.
A search was still in progress for dangler, but so far he had not been located.
My informant was in a position to be definite about this dangler; she knew about his people; she had heard of him before.
"This must have been dangler's hangout," was Dick's comment.
The man named dangler followed the runabout to the road and watched it disappear around a turn bordered by trees.
They saw no more of dangler, and the footprints had disappeared.
"Yes, and got your full share of the proceeds, while I ran the risk," growled dangler.
I hate a dangler, who is more like a footman than a husband.
The others considered Sam's advice good, and after another look around for dangler, they turned in the direction of home.
You might as well give up dangler; you are bound to be caught some time.
1590s, probably from Scandinavian (cf. Danish dangle, Swedish dangla "to swing about," Norwegian dangla), perhaps via North Frisian dangeln. Related: Dangled; dangling.