- adj. that makes a twanging sound
“DiCaprio was raised in East Hollywood, Los Feliz, and Echo Park areas of Los Angeles, and has a kind of twangy, flagrantly non-boarding-school accent.”
“He says they are looking for a little less "twangy" version.”
“To me it’s kind of twangy like biang for bien also the intonation pattern sometimes threw me.”
“Bigger Than Us splices early Depeche synths to a Hooky-style bassline and twangy guitars before hitting a chorus where everything goes WHOOSH!”
“Bruce Springsteen challenged him to make an instrument that looked like his usual Fender Telecaster but sounded like a twangy old hollow-body Gretsch.”
“But what do you do with a band like the Wellingtons that isn't twangy enough for country, or glossy enough for top-40, or tweeny enough for Disney?”
“Almost as unbelievable is the show's nearly cartoonish Southern stereotyping: The town is called Bluebell, gators named Burt Reynolds run loose, and twangy town folk gawk at the new Yankee in their presence.”
“There's a new intern helping the Jeffersonian team solve its grisly puzzles on Fox's Bones (9/8c), and he's a "simple country boy" charmer named Finn Abernathy (the likable Luke Kleintank) who disarms just about everyone — except curmudgeonly AUSA Caroline, who objects to the kid's juvie past, and Hodgins, who can't help patronizing the North Carolina boy's twangy lingo.”
“While waiting for that call from Victoria's Secret, the twangy Texan went on Big Brother last summer and tried to hide her profession to avoid jealousy.”
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