[ UK /d‍ʒˈɪŋɡə‍l/ ]
[ US /ˈdʒɪŋɡəɫ/ ]
VERB
  1. make a sound typical of metallic objects
    The keys were jingling in his pocket
NOUN
  1. a metallic sound
    the jingle of coins
    the jangle of spurs
  2. a comic verse of irregular measure
    he had heard some silly doggerel that kept running through his mind
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How To Use jingle In A Sentence

  • No one builds a jingle or a slogan or even a brand identity using web advertising.
  • A dear little announcerette rattled off expert intros to various gymnastic jingles, one of which featured dogs barking in the background.
  • Coins jingled freely in his pocket as he strolled toward the man and his cart.
  • Its catchy jingle goes "Stop! Bad Food Britain
  • There is an occasional cough, the shuffle of a footstep, the jingle of some coins, and the rattle of newspapers.
  • Dombey, exulting in the long – looked – for event, jingled and jingled the heavy gold watch – chain that depended from below his trim blue coat, whereof the buttons sparkled phosphorescently in the feeble rays of the distant fire. Dombey and Son
  • Lightly stuff the ball with fiberfill, adding the jingle bell or rattle to the center.
  • Only the "scroop" of the runners and jingle of the sleigh-bells seemed to be hammered into the brain, for all eternity. From Paris to New York by Land
  • The sound of horses stopping and the jingle of the reigns is all she hears.
  • Silence falls as he limps up the the bar - no sound anywhere in the saloon except for the jingle of his gunbelt. Making Light: Open thread 137
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