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  • n  a metallic sound
    the jangle of spurs
  • v  make a sound typical of metallic objects

  • Flinching at the jangle of his office phone, Ray Toland, president of Los Angeles' Nuclear Survival Corp.
  • Both artists have made funky music before -- easy on the ears, with reverberations that jangle provocatively in a moviegoer's memory.
  • In London last week, politicians, bankers and bureaucrats, answering an insistent jangle of telephones, turned pale at what they heard.

  • Alan Shearer in BBC Sport
    It will go right to the wire and nerves will jangle, but I believe in my players,Shearer told BBC Sport.
  • Bo Diddley in NPR
    I was trying to play 'I Got Spurs That Jingle Jangle Jingle' by Gene Autrey, and stumbled upon that beat,Diddley said.
  • Ted Stevens in Politico
    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...

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