jangle jangle  /ˈdʒæŋ ɡəl/


  1. (n) a metallic sound
  2. (v) make a sound typical of metallic objects


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  1. Flinching at the jangle of his office phone, Ray Toland, president of Los Angeles' Nuclear Survival Corp.
  2. Both artists have made funky music before -- easy on the ears, with reverberations that jangle provocatively in a moviegoer's memory.
  3. In most of them, the singer perches on a dime-sized platform above the bar and tries to make himself heard above the jingle of the cash register and the jangle of the audience.



  1. "It will go right to the wire and nerves will jangle, but I believe in my players," Shearer told BBC Sport.
    on Apr 11, 2009 By: Alan Shearer Source: BBC Sport

  2. "I was trying to play 'I Got Spurs That Jingle Jangle Jingle' by Gene Autrey, and stumbled upon that beat," Diddley said.
    on Jun 2, 2008 By: Bo Diddley Source: NPR

  3. "It's going to really jangle the Public Integrity Section because they've got pending cases, they're going to be in the middle of a criminal investigation of sorts," and they have the DOJ's Office of Professional Responsibility investigating...
    on Apr 7, 2009 By: Ted Stevens Source: Politico

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