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Definition of twang

twang

noun

  • the t-shirt or similar top stops at the waist, exposing the vulva and hips. Socks may be worn, but no garments other than the top and the socks.

    Last edited on Sep 14 2015. Submitted by Peaceman360 on May 22 2015.

verb

  • of a female, the wearing of only a thin, light shirt along with no undergarments. "a twang" is such a walk.
    At their shared apartment, a woman twanged past her female friend on her way to the bathroom.

    Last edited on Sep 14 2015. Submitted by Peaceman360 on May 20 2015.

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