jingle-jangle jingle-jangle


  • (v) make a sound typical of metallic objects



  1. The moral of the old nursery rhyme about Mother Hubbard has been jingle-jangle-jingling the cash registers of the nation's department stores.
  2. America's jingle-jangle shopping spree seems muffled so far this year.
  3. Kids love the jingle-jangle verse, and cats listen thoughtfully.


  • Many brands "added a little bit of jingle-jangle to their bags and a few shiny zippers and buckles to their shoes, which was not core to their aesthetic before," during the past seven years, Brule said by phone from London. "Some of these...
    on Dec 10, 2009 By: TYLER Brûlé Source: Bloomberg

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