Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of gong.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of gong.

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Examples

  • And that he’s in the church and the bell’s there and it gongs is all completely coincidental – good luck that Petey found the things one weakness just then!

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  • I appreciated hearing that -- I like the notion of gongs while chanting.

    Archive 2007-04-01

  • (barongsai) amid the deafening beating of drums, cymbals and gongs, which is believed to scare away evil spirits.

    The Jakarta Post Breaking News

  • If you happened to watch the recent BBC documentary on the Monarchy - then you might remember the poor man who is in charge of looking after the thousands of cheap plated 'gongs'?

    Brown's New Years Honours: Judgement? What judgement?

  • Throughout the Archipelago and southward in Borneo there are metal drums or "gongs" apparently of similar material but of varying styles.

    The Bontoc Igorot

  • Normally it's the winners of the 'gongs' that attract most attention at award ceremonies - but not on this occasion.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • In mid-October Mr Burtscher and his management team will travel to Auckland as first-time finalists in the Attraction/Experience awards sector of the New Zealand Tourism Awards, and hope to bring back more 'gongs' to add to the two trophies and certificates taking pride of place at Alpine Springs from today.

    NZ On Screen

  • Other products at the TL Jones stand will be EvolutionT LCD displays, Microscan (r) and Panachrome light curtains and a wide range of accessory products such as gongs and LED displays.

    dailyindia.com News Feed

  • This usually results in a rush of people dragging things such as gongs, glockenspiels and speakers onto the field, while the marching band and color guard take their positions.

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  • (Here follows a list of things, such as gongs, tatawaks, jackets, handkerchiefs, and the like, with the most exorbitant prices affixed to them.

    The Expedition to Borneo of H.M.S. Dido For the Suppression of Piracy

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