Origin of twang
Words nearby twang
How to use twang in a sentence
She’d become incredibly popular in the thru-hiking community, my friend continued, a star borne of sweat, tent stakes, and twang.
The twang we hear as emblematic of white country music is actually the direct descendant of black folk music banjo.
It looks a bit older, but once you hear that gravelly-squeaky Tennessee twang, it hits you: this is Lori Petty.Lori Petty on ‘Orange Is the New Black,’ the Halcyon ‘90s, and Discovering Jennifer Lawrence|Marlow Stern|June 8, 2014|DAILY BEAST
She has a gulpy, southern twang to her voice, which can be annoying.
Orner speaks with the salty twang of her native Melbourne, Australia.
Every summer needs a nice, simple tune with a good twang for sing-alongs on long drives with the windows down.10 ‘Song of the Summer’ Contenders From Daft Punk to Ciara (VIDEO)|Kevin Fallon|July 5, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The nighthawks swooped in the pale zenith with the twang of smitten chords.Earth's Enigmas|Charles G. D. Roberts
The nasal twang of Yankeedom is a plant that 99 needs no nourishing.The Child-Voice in Singing|Francis E. Howard
It is rather a drawl that afflicts the ear than a nasal twang.American Sketches|Charles Whibley
In the mere speaking of her name his twang made instant attack upon the Southerner's nerves.
You are losing some of your twang, but thy speech still bewrayeth thee.