Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A lane or narrow passage.

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Examples

  • The accident, such as it had been, was soon remedied, and the carriage could be heard descending the hill on the Hintock side, soon to turn into the lane leading out of the highway, and then into the "drong" which led out of the lane to the house where she was.

    The Woodlanders

  • Immense herds of kiang (wild asses) and drong (wild yak) freely roamed the great plains.

    The Natural World

  • I remember very little detail apart from a great sense of wonder at everything I saw: the vast herds of drong (wild yaks) ranging across the plains, the smaller groups of kyang (wild asses) and occasionally a shimmer of gowa and nawa, small deer which were so light and fast they might have been ghosts.

    From Birth to Exile

  • Immense herds of kiang (wild asses) and drong (wild yak) freely roamed the great plains.

    The Natural World

  • Immense herds of kiang (wild asses) and drong (wild yak) freely roamed the great plains.

    The Natural World

  • Immense herds of kiang (wild asses) and drong (wild yak) freely roamed the great plains.

    The Natural World

  • I remember very little detail apart from a great sense of wonder at everything I saw: the vast herds of drong (wild yaks) ranging across the plains, the smaller groups of kyang (wild asses) and occasionally a shimmer of gowa and nawa, small deer which were so light and fast they might have been ghosts.

    From Birth to Exile

  • The accident, such as it had been, was soon remedied, and the carriage could be heard descending the hill on the Hintock side, soon to turn into the lane leading out of the highway, and then into the “drong” which led out of the lane to the house where she was.

    The Woodlanders

  • So, with all of that sturm und drong (ph), we're just basically where we were last year.

    CNN Transcript May 23, 2005

  • Þat maide drong vt þat win {;}   and lette don oþer þar {} in.

    Selections from early Middle English, 1130-1250 Part I: Texts

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