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(1) Her voice had a slight Australian twang.
(2) She had a slight Australian twang.
(3) Her voice had a faint American or Canadian twang.
(4) He spoke with a Cockney twang.
(5) We heard a twang as the cable broke.
(6) Something gave a loud discordant twang.
(7) The words came out with an Irish twang to them.
(8) The fiddle began to twang.
(9) Miller's nasal country twang reveals his Georgia origins.
(10) The wire parted with a twang.
(11) Not a snap or a twang, but the hamstring had gone for the second time in successive matches.
(12) Mulcahey heard the twang of banjos, a chorus of voices.
(13) The slightest movement caused them to twang and reverberate through the silent apartment.
(14) That coppery twang on the emergency cord that hangs tight in his gut.
(15) Whether Southern drawl or Mid-West twang, it was all the same to me.
(16) Her speech has a funny twang.
(17) He spoke with a nasal twang.
(18) Suddenly he heard a faint twang.
(19) His voice had a strange mid - Western twang but it was polite and respectful.
(20) Short and barrel-cheated, Rowley is feisty as a game hen, with a studied Oklahoma twang.
(21) When she spoke, her voice had a high-pitched, nasal twang .
(22) Dairyman Crick was discovered stamping about the house. He had received a letter, in which a customer had complained that the butter had a twang.
(23) Humans probably do something similar when we're focusing on a guy with a nasal twang on the other side of the guacamole dip.
(24) Potential Bust-Up: A confessumentary could always backfire if the subject turns out to be a genuine bugger. Gibson better hope he can twang those heart strings.
(25) He fitted a pebble into the catapult and pulled back the elastic. Twang!
(26) There are such words as joy and sorrow, but they are only the burden of a psalm, sung with a nasal twang, while we believe in the ordinary and mean.
(27) He speaks quietly, with a slightly nasal New England twang , and with a calm self - assurance . Sentencedict.com
(28) For many years, this meant English, first received pronunciation, then with an American twang.
(29) And they tramped off to the forests with sturdy youths Bearing guitars , twang - twang!
(30) She sought refuge with song under burnt-out warehouses and in darkened clubs with the promise of guitar twang and a lonesome cry.
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