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A vocal technique used to glamour young women into removing their panties, especially effective when coupled with the carful application of alcohol. Often used by rock stars and soul singers, this technique was especially popular in the late 60's and 70's. Practitioners have included Al Green, Marvin Gay, Otis Retting, Ray Charles, Freddy Mercury, Steven Tyler and many more. The origins of this technique are elusive, and shrouded in legend and folk lore. The most common and widely accepted version of the story tells of the legendary Italian lover, Casanova. After a life time of seducing and destroying the reputations of many a beautiful young noble woman, Casanova was himself seduced by a powerful sorceress. When she refused him, Casanova couldn't bear the pain of rejection and died of a broken heart. As his dying breath released his soul into oblivion, Casanova shed a single tear. At that moment from somewhere far off the angelic sound of a Castrati singing Puchini was carried through the air. The Sorceress cast a spell that bound the song of the Castrati to the essence and potency of Casanova. The sorceress took the tear and baptized the sleeping infant, Povoratti with it. And rest as they say is history.
"Dude, this band kicks ass. Just look at all those panties being thrown on stage. That singer does a really mean corwyn!"

or

"Girl I love this song! It makes me so hot!"
"I know! That's the power of corwyn"
by low C August 24, 2009
The vaguely apathetic obscenity delivered by a hatchmonkey to his hundredth mutley of the night who wants something he can't have, and is therefore annoyed.
The guy was demanding to get in to use the loo, but the guy inside just corwyn'd.
by Graham November 30, 2004
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