It is replaced by the soft rustle of saris, the smells of incense and saffron, and the Eastern twang of sitars.
He threw himself onto the ground as the meadow was filled with the twang of many bowstrings.
an American twang
She's from Texas, and the words roll off her tongue with a distinctive elastic twang , softened by the years in New York.
So what's happening to the music once defined by the twang and heartache of Hank Williams, Johnny Cash, and Patsy Cline?
The distinctive twang that has been heard in Bolton for centuries is in danger of being swallowed up by a general Northern accent, language experts claims.
As they paddle, they hear the twang of bowstrings and arrows begin to fall around them.
He sighted his target, and released the string with a twang .
The Japanese, Portuguese, French, and even the occasional twang of a North American accent suddenly sounded divine.
I added my American twang to the symphony of accents, and we whiled away a cheerful half hour in front of the TV.