Definition of Bang out

1. Verb. Play loudly. "They will bang out the duet"; "They banged out `The star-spangled banner'"

Category relationships: Music
Generic synonyms: Play, Spiel



Definition of Bang out

1. Verb. (idiomatic) To do something quickly, in a slipshod, or unprofessional manner. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bang Out

baneberry
baned
baneful
banefully
banefulness
banes
banewort
bang-up
bang about
bang around
bang away
bang flag gun
bang for the buck
bang on
bang out (current term)
bang straw
bang to rights
bang up
bang up cove
bangalore torpedo
bangarang
bangarangs
bangda
bangdas
banged
banged to rights
banged up
banger

Literary usage of Bang out

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1. An Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language: To which is Prefixed, a by John Jamieson (1879)
"... wald I bang out o'er the brae, ... To BANG out, va To draw out hastily, S. Then 111 bang out my be«gar dish, And stap it fou of ..."

2. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1844)
"—Fashion column in the Daily Herald, London Tipperary—1939 Style We're going to bang out the wasting on the Siegfried Line! Have you any dirty washing, ..."

3. The American Kennel Club Stud-book by American Kennel Club (1890)
"Molten Baron, by Bang II., out of Beta, by Beau of Devon, out of Old Belle ; Bang II., by Price's Bang, out of Old Belle. ..."

4. American Kennel Register: A Monthly Record (1885)
"FR Hitchcock's Earle, lemon and white dog, May 22, by Bang bang out of Graceful. Westminster Kennel Club's Comet, liver and white doe. ..."

5. Popular Poetic Pearls, and Biographies of Poets (1887)
"bang out the Universalist bell. "The Pilgrim Fathers heeded well My cheerful voice," pealed forth a bell; No fetters here to clog the soul; No arbitrary ..."

6. Jamieson's Dictionary of the Scottish Language: In which the Words are by John Jamieson, John Johnstone (1867)
"G. beano, tumult, Isl. bano-a, to strike. To BANG aff or r,ff, ». a. I. To let on with To BANG out. na To draw out hastily, 8. to let fly, 8. ..."

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