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  • v. Present participle of pang.


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  • The fact that my husband and I have been married for twenty-three years and he is still “panging” should be reason enough to keep him around.

    Live and Let Love

  • She swallowed her saliva, ignored her panging stomach, and demanded, How could you hoard this food for yourself?

    Raven Speak

  • Falling into two soft cavernous chairs in the Blue Martini lounge, with slot machines pinging-panging on Bally's casino floor -- a sudden a roar, probably from a craps table -- John says the advice he has received has been mostly negative.

    Stewart Nusbaumer: A Dream for Atlantic City

  • Now Gere hasn't done time yet, but India's panging for him.

    Richard Gere’s Obscene Indian Kiss Case Suspended

  • Sometimes seen as a black comedy, its absurdity is undercut by the panging real-world inspirations for its downward spiral of events.

    2006: The Year in Film

  • I keep getting the odd panging pain in my lower abdomen, but they are light and never last more than a second or two, I think it may just be my uterus stretching and moving about in there.

    bumpsadaisy Diary Entry

  • Motivation born out of a refusal to resolve to the everlasting panging lull of my room, I left for a boring cheese pizza dinner, and tossed $12 in the wind for a sex worker's art show, in a gamble to avoid innanity.

    oatcake Diary Entry

  • His enthusiasm for the play is palpable; though he didn't study Rothko's work at Cambridge - instead he "became obsessed" by Yves Klein's canvases of blue - the play has allowed him to re-engage with something he is obviously passionate about at a time when he had "a panging nostalgia" for the subject he studied.


  • Just seeing it posted back up there again I started feeling a panging sensation creep up on me.


  • 1218: It from the bearer, 'tis a sufferance, panging

    Henry VIII (1623 First Folio Edition)


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