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Definition of "twanging" [twanging]

  • Present participle of twang. (verb)
  • A sound that twangs. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "twanging" in a sentence
  • "Tom Mitchenall, 17, had hooked a large carp and was jostling with the heavy fish when the line snapped sending the slender plastic float "twanging" back at him like an arrow."
  • "The two elements came together best when the poet (Costa prize-winning Christopher Reid) made you look again – the wine bottle bowing to one glass then whispering in the ear of the other; the laminated menu "twanging like a riot policeman's shield"; the "wooden phallus" of the pepper pot "scattering seed"."
  • "It sort of works, with Luca Tom Hardy playing a Vauxhall gay club bouncer dropping twanging guitars and harmonicas over some big room beats."