[ UK /tˌɪntɪnˌæbjʊlˈeɪʃən/ ]
the sound of a bell ringing
the ringing of the telephone
the tintinnabulation that so voluminously swells from the ringing and the dinging of the bells
the distinctive ring of the church bell
How To Use tintinnabulation In A Sentence
- I've been looking for a way to work "tintinnabulation" into a post for a while -- very nicely done...and the fish looks delicious too! Broiled Trout with Lemon Cream Sauce
- If you'll put a lid on telling others how to play, you'll be able to hear the tintinnabulation of coins pattering into your bags. WoW.com
- I’m still grumpy from the tintinnabulation of the alarm clock bell …. the bell bell bell bell bell bell bell! Snow, and other things.
- the tintinnabulation that so voluminously swells from the ringing and the dinging of the bells
- I also love Edgar Allen Poe's "tintinnabulation" from his poem, The Bells (excerpt below): GottaBook
- Few settings would fail to be improved by the introduction of floating translucent orbs and music made by means of metaphysical tintinnabulation. Inflating Some Peace and Quiet
- The playing here instantly suggests ebullience, inspiration, and the threat of permanent tintinnabulation.
- Harnoncourt comes close to that ideal, though he might miss the mark at times the full pauses for tintinnabulation strike me as unnecessary, for example. Harnoncourt's Figaro
- There was no marriage-bell yet all went merry as a marriage-bell, which is occasionally rather a sombre tintinnabulation; and the _débris_ of the bridecake finally fell to the sweeper. Camps, Quarters, and Casual Places
- People who were further away from the Minster probably had a better chance of hearing the tintinnabulation because the sound travelled well - despite failing to reach the ears of those gathered right underneath.