- a narrow lane or alleyway.
Origin of drang
compare, in SW England, drang, drong, with same sense; dial. form of throng
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Examples from the Web for drang
The hope among Tea Partiers is that all the sturm and drang surrounding the debates and primary this week will give people a lift.Can the South Carolina Primary Help Revive the Tea Party?
January 16, 2012
At Guma and Drang an impure salt, fit for cattle, is extracted from shallow cuttings.The Panjab, North-West Frontier Province, and Kashmir
Sir James McCrone Douie
The deadly enemy of the whole process of uplifting, of the Drang nach oben, of the course of history itself, is pammixia.The Color Line
William Benjamin Smith