jangling

[ UK /d‍ʒˈæŋɡəlɪŋ/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. like the discordant ringing of nonmusical metallic objects striking together
    cowboys with jangling spurs
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How To Use jangling In A Sentence

  • I think my Grandmother's home in Bombay is an extreme case, where, at some point, my grandmother and aunt got tired of the jangling doorbell and now just prop the door open all day. Archive 2008-01-01
  • Kara shook her head, the silver hoop earrings she wore jangling merrily.
  • Behind that quietness his nerves are jangling, he's in a terrible state.
  • (1Ti 5: 15; 2Ti 4: 4; Heb 12: 13) unto vain jangling "; literally," vain talk, "about the law and genealogies of angels (1Ti 1: 7; Tit 3: 9; Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible
  • She said: 'My nerves were jangling. Times, Sunday Times
  • The jangling of Ronnie's keys as he powers through the mall's privier and more depressing halls, as we vicariously experience the dismal lows and literal, orgasmic /Film
  • He laughed long and hard, bent over his knees, his armor jangling and clanking as his empty chest heaved.
  • They'd started moving downwards when the sounds of shouting, feet, and equipment jangling drifted up.
  • In this first episode, nerves are jangling as one woman tries to open a tin with a carving knife and rolling pin. The Sun
  • Nor is it right that the broadcaster and phone provider are liable while the producer walks away, pockets jangling. Times, Sunday Times
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