It clangs and bangs and whangs at 'em till the day of rest is a torment.
Stand up in the corner, you liar, while she whangs at you with a six-gun!
His boots looked as if a blacksmith had made them, and for whangs (laces) he used strong wire.
I renewed my stock of flints and added to my roll of buckskins, not forgetting a fresh supply of “whangs” for sewing my moccasins.
As I sewed the whangs through the rips and hastily patched the holes I could see her worriment was increasing.
They were sewed together and patched with deerskin thongs, or whangs as they were commonly called.
I therefore fell out, took off my boots, and put on a pair of "whangs," so as to march as easy as possible.