pal around

pal around (with someone)

To spend time or do things (with someone) as friends or in a friendly way. I used to pal around with him in high school, but I have no idea what he's up to these days. I was surprised to see them palling around—they usually hang out with such different groups of friends.
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pal around (with someone)

to associate with someone as a good friend. I like to pal around with my friends on the weekends. They like to pal around. They often palled around with each other.
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pal around

Associate as friends or chums, as in Bill and Jim have been palling around for years. This expression makes a verb of the noun pal, which comes from the Gypsy word for "brother." [c. 1900]
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pal around

v.
To spend time or do things with someone in a friendly or informal manner: My roommates and I pal around together all the time.
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pal around

verb
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We've gathered up some of the most envy-inducing covens found in literature--they'll have you wishing you could pal around with your own group of spell-casting witches.
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Move to Roscommon/South Leitrim and pal around with your own kind.
You're our father figure when we need you to be, but you're also as fun as anyone to pal around with.
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Fortunately, Ed hasn't forgotten about me and Tig, and the owner's son likes me so I get to pal around with them.
MURDER target Karl Brown illegally ferried his pal around Tyneside after a three-week-old baby was hit with a brick.
"If we were real domestic terrorists, President Obama would be wanting to pal around with us, wouldn't he?" she said.
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kids pal around with imaginary friends at some point, according to a study conducted by Washington University and the University of Oregon.
Maverick filmmaker John Walters pays her a backhanded compliment: 'At last, (there was) a female impersonator who dyed her hair orange, wore obviously false eyelashes and scary red lipstick at home, married a man of another race, got pregnant on television, hung out with her blue-collar neighbours, and ran away to pal around with Rock Hudson.
It's fine to hit a holiday soiree here and there, but you don't have to pal around with the yahoo crew 24/7.