- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of jangle.
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“Manual, a South Indian with a Spanish name, reaches for the rearview mirror and jangles a little decorative bell.”
“But the family's business success jangles a few nerves.”
“Santa's helper, aka Rotarian Jim Crow, who is resplendent in a festive red-and-white hat, beams broadly as he jangles his bucket in Fleet's high street.”
“His absence further jangles my already strained nerves.”
“I might be a walking junk-drawer who jangles as he steps, but I'm still breathing.”
“So, what is it that gets into the bones and jangles them up into a knot of confessionals?”
“Before the histrionic jingle-jangles of "Aftermath," he waxed thoughtfully, "Sometimes I think it's better to look inside yourself for the answers.”
“Solal, nimble bassist François Moutin and his drummer brother Louis Moutin then jolted effusively between scampering melodies resolving in chord jangles, or versions of hits such as Caravan and Tea for Two with the themes batted around, grafted into Stravinskyesque harmonies and generally subjected to the astonishing Solal's capricious will.”
“Instead, it was mostly unadventurous jingle-jangles and high-drama choruses where vowels were achingly torqued to sound like other vowels.”
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