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  • adj. pertaining to something that jangles

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. like the discordant ringing of nonmusical metallic objects striking together; sounding with a jangle{3}.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Jangling or jangled; harsh-sounding.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. like the discordant ringing of nonmusical metallic objects striking together

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Examples

  • Let me really break it down for you: The man had Steve Albini record the "Brassneck" EP at this time, even though they were best known as a jangly C86 act up until this point.

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  • However, Williams 'lyrics about life's compensations and recoveries are uniformly smart, and the record has some memorable tracks, namely the jangly single "I Hit Another Wall" - as heard on

    PopMatters

  • Plastic Rulers recall the jangly '60s and' 70s rock of The Byrds, the Stones and Big Star.

    Nashville Scene - Pith in the Wind

  • Depends on the instrument; my small-bodied Doyle cittern (25.5 "SL) is very" jangly "-- even the lower courses.

    Mandolin Cafe News

  • PESCA: But the best possible take doesn't necessarily mean it couldn't have warts and it couldn't have kind of jangly rough edges, right?

    Superchunk: Rock 'N' Roll For Young And Old

  • In addition to lead vocals, Song Sparrow is intended for capturing piano, drum overheads, sax, vocal groups and most stringed instruments, including recording "jangly" rhythm guitar tracks.

    Mix

  • It's the kind of jangly thing I couldn't possibly wear once the baby can start grabbing things like jewelry and hair ...

    Growing A Life

  • It was however, ballad after ballad, kind of jangly brit-pop meets boy band.

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  • And while the ultra-distinctive vocal stylings have always set the band apart from the rest of the New Wave scene, it was the jangly open-tuned guitars and some remarkably tight drumming that kept things moving last night on the MBNA Stage through hits like Deadbeat Club, Roam, and the ultra-lounge party smash, Love Shack.

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  • Alberto and Letizia come from the coastal town of Pesaro and there is definitely a breezy, summery shade in their jangly, noisy pop.

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