jingle

[ jing-guh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF jingle

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR JINGLE

From the bar came the jingle of glasses and loud, cheerful conversation.

With the Porters it was jingle of spurs, and stride of the horse.

They shouted at each other in the jingle with comparative cheerfulness.

She turned away, but at that instant there came a jingle of bells.

Nana was being tempted by the jingle of cash and the lure of adventure on the streets.

Henceforth nothing could be heard but the jingle of dominoes.

From within sounded the jingle of an old-fashioned spring bell.

"I guess," she began, and was interrupted by the jingle of the telephone bell.

The echo of that derision was soon lost in the jingle of Algernon's guineas.

So I hurried off, and soon after, with a jingle of bells, I drove up to my door.

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