After the beggar left the store, his smell was still hanging in there for a while.
Is this sentence correct?
It isn't great. "Hang in there" is a slang idiom for "keep trying". I'm also not fond of the progrssive verb there. How about:
Originally Posted by Alanmo
After the beggar left the store, his smell hung in the air for quite a while.
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