jangle[ jang-guh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF jangle
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR JANGLE
In this jangle of causes and effects what had become of their true selves?
The jangle of the bell in the engine-room would now interrupt him.
A jangle of keys without imposed a sudden lull on the noise.
The jangle of little bells—the goatherds were going out of the city!
He was aroused from a troubled sleep by the jangle of the 'phone.
I was propped on my elbows on the bunk in my cubicle, nursing the jangle in my leg.
Then the jangle of voices took on a new and distinct note of unanimity.
There was the jangle of harness and bells; the clop-clop of hoofs, rising to a clatter.
There was always this feeling of jangle and discord in the Leivers family.
Not so far as we had been before, but far enough to be out of the whirl and clatter and jangle.
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