That "whang" was the blow with which the door, wrenched off its hinges, was flung against the side of the wood-house.
Oh, by the by, Hal, the whang Doodle has made her appearance in our parts again.
He liked to make things, and fix things, and whang away at his anvil.
Bang, whang, go the wrestlers below, with loud shouts and laughter.
"whang, whang," went the hammer on the anvil as sparks flew out like Fourth-of-July.
The birds are bagged with a gentle remonstrance, and Luath's exploit rewarded with a whang of cheese.
By the 17 look of him he was about ready to whang loose through the door.
“Like a bomb—it goes off with a whang,” answered a freckle-faced boy standing near.
He pu'd a turnip, an' was juist gaun to whang off the shaw, when doon he drappit in the middle o' the drill as deid as Abel.'
The overalls being wide and broad did not cut his chest, as do smaller straps, thongs or whang strings.
A hypothetical rescue vehicle to spirit away someone who whines and complains: I'm calling the wambulance for that brat
The evil eye; a crippling curse; hex, the Indian Sign: with a whammy of ordinary indebtedness over his head
[1932+; origin unknown; popularized in the comic strip ''Li'l Abner'' by Al Capp, beginning in 1941, where a character named Evil-Eye Fleegle can paralyze with a stare; the dated example is spelled wami]