To associate familiarly: hobnobs with the executives. (verb-intransitive)
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Use "hobnob" in a sentence
"(The nature of the social ceremony named the "hobnob" is not now understood, but it is known that it was a sign of amity and favor.)"
"Every three years, ANF members hobnob with other noble associations from around Europe at a convention organized by the Commission of Information and Liaison of the Noble Associations of Europe."
"Mr. Silver, a 67-year-old Manhattan attorney, had flown down to Puerto Rico to hobnob with lawmakers at the annual political conference, Somos El Futuro."