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dangle from something

to hang from something. A number of colorful glass balls dangled from the branches of the tree. Some loose threads dangled from the bottom of his jacket.
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dangle something before someone

 and dangle something in front of someone 
1. Lit. to tempt someone by dangling a tempting object in front of them. Don't dangle that string of pearls infront of me unless you intend to give them to me!
2. Fig. to lure someone with something. He dangled the keys before Wally, hoping to get him to drive. He dangled the money in front of Eric, hoping to make him change his mind.
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dangle something from something

to hang something loosely from something else. She dangled a few small bells from the bottom of her skirt during the holidays. I dangled a bit of fish from the window so I could see how high the cat would jump.
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dingle(-dangle)

n. the penis. (Usually objectionable.) Come on, Billy. Shake your dingle and put it away.
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I asked my mother if this was the case and I can tell you gentle reader, before the word dangly was half out of my mouth the book was unceremoniously taken off my knee and replaced with one of my Enid Blyton's, needless to say my curiosity was not satisfied in that particular area by my mother.
Will he be able to swallow his pride, avoid losing an eye to Alex's dangly earrings and save his mini-empire?
Grace Jones is wearing what look to be luminous green golf gloves, as well as earrings that are basically dangly dice that can be found in the front of my Golf.
The human body, with all its dangly bits, is such an ungainly object that I started wondering if there were any dances which would be remotely dignified by being performed in the buff?
A WELL, I would probably have kicked him hard in the dangly bits and said "Try letting go of those" as he grabbed them in agony - but that's not a very grown-up or helpful response, is it?
who was the first person to look at a cow and think, 'I'll squeeze those dangly things and taste what comes out'?
It suggests really boring questions to ask, like 'Who was the first person to look at a cow and say, "I think I'll squeeze these dangly things here and drink what comes out" ' and "Isn't Disney World just a people trap operated by a mouse?
THE Golden Globes lived up to its reputation as the most relaxed of the major awards shows as Hollywood's leading ladies paraded in flowing gowns, tousled hair and dangly earrings.
I found a lovely pair of dangly, elegant earrings for my mum, reduced to the bargain price of pounds 1.
She has long baggy ears and curly hair, she has lots of dangly fur on her feet.
I had a bright cummerbund, and I wore dangly earrings with it, and I had a very interesting experience.
But men have been less keen to put their dangly bits into them.
London, Feb 20 (ANI): A pupil in Britain has been expelled and three others have been suspended for their involvement in a sick prank - he and his friends took a picture of one of them putting their dangly bits in a teacher's mug.
It shows a detailed black-andwhite outline of the body - including all the dangly bits - right down to any piercings.
I was completely naked and dangling my putter just in front of my own dangly bits, and it all took place in total silence, the hushed tones of Dennis Taylor occasionally whispering "Ooh, where's the cue ball going?