"No... no... no...," she said as she slid each garment aside on its hanger.
A hanger found in a driveway in the 1500 block of Sixth Street caused suspicion.
It was all about how much you can look like a hanger on the runway.
That same day, hanger pulled over a beat-up Mercury Marquis with no license plates cruising down a highway headed to Kansas.
Many a knight of the hanger was sent to Davy Jones in this summary fashion, unloved in life and cursed in the article of death.
He took his coat from the hanger, put it on, and reached for his hat, then hesitated.
They looked down from the edge of the hanger over a cup-like hollow.
Behind a calico curtain was his new suit, dismayingly neat on its hanger.
The first lieutenant being ordered to board the prize, went below to put on his hanger.
He drew his hanger; and for that instant his sun was at noon.
early 15c., "one who hangs (something)," especially "hangman;" agent noun of hang (v.). Meaning "something that is suspended" is late 15c. Meaning "thing from which something is hung" is from 1690s. Specifically of coat or dress hangers from 1873. Hanger-on is from 1540s.