Synonyms for g string
- Jockey™ shorts
- boxer shorts
- intimate things
- long johns
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR G STRING
Very soon he was sleeping, snoring on the G string with unsparing pressure.
It answered like the G string of an old Strad to every emotion.
Let us consider, for a moment, the performances on the G string.
Lætitia wasn't going to deny Dr. Vereker, evidently, or else there really was something very engrossing about her G string.
He was censured for his partiality in this direction, but in these days every violinist plays a solo on the G string.
Later the first violins (on the G string) sing the main air with the saxophone.
This is the genuine and original cause of my prejudice in favour for the G string.
The G string should be 8/32 of an inch above the finger–board at its larger extremity; the E string, 5/32 of an inch.
In desperation he tore the strings from his violin and played, with all his power, several sentimental songs on the G string only.
In the middle register, passages played forte or fortissimo will have a richness comparable to the G string of a violin.
1878, geestring, "loincloth worn by American Indian," originally the string that holds it up, etymology unknown. The spelling with G (1882) is perhaps from influence of violin string tuned to a G (in this sense G string is first recorded 1831), the lowest and heaviest of the violin strings. First used of women's attire 1936, with reference to strip-teasers.