Idiom: keep / leave someone hanging
— I really wanted that job but they left me hanging for two months after the interview and I accepted another offer.
— It’s really unprofessional for us to leave our customers hanging this long for a decision.
— What happened to our plans tonight? Don't leave me hanging!
— My husband kept me hanging about going on vacation for so long that there are no cheap flights left to Miami.
— We were left hanging for almost 24 hours without any information, not knowing whether our daughter was dead or alive.
— Sorry, but since you left me hanging for a week, I invited someone else to the concert.
— Could you try not to keep me hanging too long this time? I need to know the date as soon as possible.
— Tell the speaker that we need an answer today. They can't keep us hanging any longer or we won't be able to get someone else if they can't participate.
— I'm calling back because I was left hanging 20 minutes and I figured you forgot I was waiting on the line.
— My son accepted a scholarship from the University of Denver because you all left him hanging for the past month.
— I left John hanging for two days after he invited me to the dance. I was trying to make him jealous but now he's just very angry.
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