But most of all, Ramone lingered on Vicious, whom he painted and drew over and over again.
They lingered and when I tried to get them to leave, they pulled out guns.
Parker said her good-byes, and as most of the group went back upstairs to the set, Spitzer lingered.
Barack Obama walked his charges through the school, and lingered a bit to talk with some fourth-graders.
But the question that has lingered is how fast and how many this year.
He lingered for a few moments, but the members of the committee were talking together.
It was over his image that she had lingered that morning in her closet.
I lingered behind with one man, and sent the captures back to Middleburg.
For years afterward, the memory of one evening lingered with him.
Sunlight, lovely full sunlight, lingered warm and still on the balcony.
c.1300, lenger "reside, dwell," northern England frequentative of lengen "to tarry," from Old English lengan "prolong, lengthen," from Proto-Germanic *langjan "to make long" (cf. Old Frisian lendza, Old High German lengan, Dutch lengen "to lengthen"), source of Old English lang (see long (adj.)). Sense of "delay going, depart slowly and unwillingly" is from 1520s. Related: Lingered; lingering.