Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To improvise on the stage; gag.
- n. networking A packet that is replying to a ping, and thereby indicating the presence of a host.
- n. UK, Australia, New Zealand, slang A stench, a bad smell.
- v. UK, Australia, New Zealand, slang To stink, to smell bad.
- n. games A set of three identical tiles.
- n. an unpleasant smell
- From ping, via the pairing of ping-pong. (Wiktionary)
“Characters can be anything from paddles in pong, to fully rendered super heroes, to undulating soundscapes we poke at with sticks.”
“I was always under the impression that beer pong is the game with paddles, while Beirut is the game without.”
“Forget Microsoft Surface and all its multi touch fandagery … pong is all you need!”
“Why beer pong is good business, why time will end in Southern California and how those FBI wiretaps work:”
“For example: ping pong wasn't a sport, so nothing similar to ping pong is a sport.”
“We had table-top computing years ago – it was called pong then. reply”
“Bill Geist explores the resurgence of the classic game of ping pong, which is now ...”
“The primary ping-pong, that is - the bitter battles with Barack, her husband's crimson face and wagging finger, the endless wrangling over every state, every superdelegate.”
“In the past and when I had my own time to waste (and I still have the power cord accessible in my dining room) I have brought down the hair dryer and blasted the door until the thing went "pong" and started working okay (we had stupid weather around Christmas and I had stupid door problems then).”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘pong’.
words that describe sound
What-the-smell is that?
words for loud sounds
( open list, descriptive, randomness )
Stuff you mong.
Words from the songs of Frank Black, a.k.a. Black Francis
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My big word list.
but now they're not because I looked them up. In cases of polysemy or homography, *of course* it was the oddest meaning that stumped me. ;)
A list of words whose meanings I am learning, either because a) I don't know the meaning b) I know the meaning, but could stand to better appreciate certain inflections or secondary meanings or c) ...
different kinds of smells
Games I love or have loved
Looking for tweets for pong.