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

  • It's the kind of jangly thing I couldn't possibly wear once the baby can start grabbing things like jewelry and hair ... Growing A Life
  • The search revealed that "grundle" can refer to, yes, the perineum (acc. to Wikipedia), a brand of software, a certain Canadian painter, and a British rock band known for "harmony-laden, catchy songs, with an experimental backdrop of breakbeats and jangly guitars. Month of sundays
  • The music here is invariably understated, and just as invariably powerful, creating a simple — often jangly — backdrop for the vocals. Times, Sunday Times
  • With a catchy chorus, jangly guitar and staccato drumbeats, this track sounds both ultramodern and nostalgic all at once.
  • Let me really break it down for you: The man had Steve Albini record the "Brassneck" EP at this time, even though they were best known as a jangly C86 act up until this point. Comments for BrightestYoungThings
  • PESCA: But the best possible take doesn't necessarily mean it couldn't have warts and it couldn't have kind of jangly rough edges, right? Superchunk: Rock 'N' Roll For Young And Old
  • Capn's Final Word: More jangly versions of the same old moldy folk tunes that everyone else in the coffee shop knows by heart.
  • Combining South American melodies full of jangly guitars and Spanish rhythms, Bomba has quickly captured the hearts of the many Edmontonians who come in droves to see them whenever they play venues in our city.
  • Contemporary respite from all those bright plastic jangly things. Times, Sunday Times
  • Haunting vocals against a backdrop of jangly, almost eerie chimes. The Sun
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