To batter; to clobber; to conk.
To throw hard.
, publisher=McGraw-Hill Professional
, author=Tom McNally
, title=The Complete Book of Fly Fishing
, edition=Second Edition
, chapter=Panfish on Flies and Bugs
, pageurl=http://books.google.com/books?id=Cc6bHeUtMxwC&pg=PA283&dq=%22wanged%22, %22wanging%22+-%22wanging%27ombe%22
, passage=Ask, too, the guy in the bass boat wanging
out a spinner-bait at Bull Shoals in Arkansas.}}
, publisher=Oxford University Press
, author=Barry Hines
, editor=James Riordan
, title=Football Stories
, chapter=The Football Match
, pageurl=http://books.google.com/books?id=qzPuDN6CpEYC&pg=PA52&dq="wanged", "wanging"
, passage=He wanged
them across the room, and Billy caught them flying over his head, then held them up for inspection as though he was contemplating buying.}}
, author=Mark Millhone
, title=The Patron Saint of Used Cars and Second Chances: A Memoir
, pageurl=http://books.google.com/books?id=BXIQvXs8NF4C&pg=PA132&dq="wanged", "wanging"+-"wanging'ombe"
, passage=After Sam filled in my big block letters with the glitter, he unleashed his inner Jackson Pollock, wanging
artful paint splatters everywhere.}}