Twank - definition of twank by The Free Dictionary
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to make a sharply curtailed twang
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I'm directing it and playing Widow Twank T ey in it as well - and this will be my 38th panto," says this Mr Versatile.
A dedicated Google search uncovers Ian waxing lyrical about Aladdin in Basingstoke a couple of years ago, calling it one of his favourite pantomime stories and describing Widow Twank T ey as one of the best dames to play.
Of course, netty was one of the many words used in our vocabulary known as Geordie twank