1. an unforeseen obstacle
  2. an emotional preoccupation
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How To Use hang-up In A Sentence

  • It's like this hang-up you have, like I'm committing some kind of sacrilege. SPIDERTOWN
  • Mac's phone rang fifteen times before Stone jiggled the hang-up bar in exasperation to get the desk clerk back on the line. CORMORANT
  • This makes it a true no-compromise everyday car, with none of the hang-ups of all other dropheads in my experience.
  • I don't have any hang-ups about my body.
  • Some guys have this weird hang-up.
  • Whatever the hang-up, catfish give some people the willies, even here in the Southern Catfish Belt.
  • Maybe we Welsh should worry less our Labourist hang-ups (the successful St David's Day parade being a case in point) and confirm our traditional costume a badge of identity and anti-fascism and like in the Tirolean case a badge of anti centralised British / Italian nation statism.
  • M is my wife, and I had written that we are compatible in all respects, except for hang-ups regarding past relationships.
  • Over the years, there were jewelry caddies, address books covered in simulated zebra skin, swizzle sticks with cute sayings like “Alexander Graham Bell had hang-ups,” and a gold electroplated Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer necklace, complete with “genuine ruby Nose.” Christmas Magic
  • The very thought of his globe-like head bobbing animatedly in front of me, spitting out bromides in his crisp, British-accented English on the sexual hang-ups of the French and Americans, would have set me on edge within minutes.
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