Textual thesaurus for "hang"

(noun) knack, bent

a special way of doing something

he had a bent for it; he had a special knack for getting into trouble; he couldn't get the hang of it

(verb) cling

hold on tightly or tenaciously

hang on to your father's hands; The child clung to his mother's apron

(verb) hang up

cause to be hanging or suspended

Hang that picture on the wall

(verb) flow, fall

fall or flow in a certain way

This dress hangs well; Her long black hair flowed down her back

(verb) pay heed, attend, advert, give ear

give heed (to)

The children in the audience attended the recital quietly; She hung on his every word; They attended to everything he said

(verb) string up

kill by hanging

The murderer was hanged on Friday