Hob-Nob


Hob-Nob
   see Salisbury Giant

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  • hob|nob — «HOB NOB», verb, nobbed, nob|bling, noun, adverb. –v.i. 1. to be on familiar terms; associate intimately: »He hobnobs with some important people. 2. to drink together. –n. 1. a familiar association or conversation. 2. a drinking together. –adv …   Useful english dictionary

  • hob-nob —  (sometimes pronounced [hab nab]) at a venture, rashly. N …   A glossary of provincial and local words used in England

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  • hob´nob´ber — hob|nob «HOB NOB», verb, nobbed, nob|bling, noun, adverb. –v.i. 1. to be on familiar terms; associate intimately: »He hobnobs with some important people. 2. to drink together. –n. 1. a familiar association or conversation. 2. a drinking together …   Useful english dictionary

  • Hob Nob Anyone? — Infobox Website name = Hob Nob Anyone? caption = url = [http://www.royals.org/ www.royals.org] commercial = No type = Internet forum language = English registration = Optional owner = Graham Loader author = Graham Loader launch date = November… …   Wikipedia

  • Salisbury Giant and Hob-Nob —    St Christopher, the Salisbury *giant, now lives in the Salisbury Museum (Wiltshire) and only comes out on special occasions. He is the twelve foot (previously fourteen foot) tall pageant giant originally belonging to the Salisbury Guild of… …   A Dictionary of English folklore

  • hob — hob·ba·de·hoy; hob·ber; hob·bil; hob·bism; hob·ble·de·hoy; hob·ble·shew; hob·ble·te·hoy; hob·bling·ly; hob·bly; hob·by·ist; hob; hob·son job·son; hob·son s; hob·thrush; hob·bist; hob·ble; hob·bler; hob·by; hob·nob; hob·ba·dy·hoy; hob·ber·de·hoy;… …   English syllables

  • nob — black·nob; di·nob·ry·on; NOB; nob·bily; nob·but; nob·i·le; nob·ut; pe·nob·scot; rhi·nob·a·tos; rhi·nob·a·tus; schoi·nob·a·tes; sphag·nob·rya; hob·nob; nob; nob·ble; nob·bler; nob·by; hob·nob·ber; …   English syllables

  • hob-a-nob — Hobnob Hob nob , v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Hornobbed}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Hornobbing}.] 1. To drink familiarly (with another). [ Written also {hob a nob}.] [1913 Webster] 2. To associate familiarly; to be on intimate terms; as, to hobnob with the… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English