jingle-jangle : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • v  make a sound typical of metallic objects

  • The moral of the old nursery rhyme about Mother Hubbard has been jingle-jangle-jingling the cash registers of the nation's department stores.
  • America's jingle-jangle shopping spree seems muffled so far this year.
  • It is not enough that cigarette ads, which seem to be one endless round of jingle-jangle whoop-de-do by a babbling brook or out there in Marlboro Country, are among the more .

  • TYLER Brûlé in Bloomberg
    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...

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