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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of whang.


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  • Anything that can run with a double lung shot from a .270 at 50 yards is tougher than whanged leather.

    Whitetail Are Tougher Than You Think

  • Why, they was four rounds I was in dreamland all the time ... only I kept on my feet an 'fought, or took the count to eight an' got up, an 'stalled an' covered an 'whanged away.


  • He cut the dead mate's head off and sneaked ashore in the might, while I whanged away with my rifle as if I were trying to get him.


  • The bullets whanged and banged against it till it rang like a bull's-eye, but Charley grinned in its shelter, and coolly went on steering.

    Charley's Coup

  • Bullets whanged and punched the metal and the glass.

    The Black Madonna

  • A bullet whanged off the roof of the truck and another off the side window.

    The Black Madonna

  • The puck whanged off the left post and trickled into my crease.

    The Hanging Tree

  • Bullets pinged and whanged, but none of the shots found them.

    Rot & Ruin

  • A few miles farther on, a shell whanged off the front armor of the leading Tiger.

    The Green-Eyed Shwemyethna

  • The subtext has reached such force that I feel like I'm being whanged in the head with a hammer at this point. *g*(Reply to this) (Parent)(Thread)

    hth_the_first: jason momoa is now pretty much watching SGA for the same reason i am


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