Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • To ring.
  • To ring or jingle.
  • n. A short, sharp ring.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • In Chinese, the three levels are called jing, qi, and shen, and are thought of as anchoring, aligning, and adapting in The Way of The Fertile Soul.

    The Way of the Fertile Soul

  • She pronounced it carefully for me, and it sounded like a long e followed by the word jing as in jingle bells.

    Twilight

  • And every step with that foot brought a light little "jing".

    grouse Diary Entry

  • Someone pointed out what I, too, have been saying at rather than tonewscasters all these years...it's "jing" as in "jingle," not "j" as in the French or other European "j's."

    languagehat.com: BEIZHING.

  • At our institution we have started using both written feedback as well the tutor going over an assignment with voiceover, using a screencapture tool such as jing or screentoaster … Our trainees have had very positive responses to this, firstly because it’s more personalized and, secondly, because they have a sense the human contact – the affect responds instantly and helps the trainee be more receptive to tutor comments.

    P is for Presence « An A-Z of ELT

  • Immersion was given way to rather cutscenes which can be seen in any AAA hollywood movie with all the jing bang lot of special effects, instead of forcing the player to understand the tension of war Guns of the patriots gives us a rather comical absolutely unbelievable version of A. I taking control of all decisions of the human mind ...

    Great Big Bites

  • Write to Jerry Dicolo at jerry. dicolo@dowjones.com and Jing Yang at jing. yang@dowjones.com

    Oil Nudges $78 on Inventory Data

  • The Ise (Ise-jingū), a Shinto shrine in the forest of sacred Japanese cypress trees that is destroyed every 20 years and replaced by exact duplicate built on the adjacent site comes to mind.

    Alla Kazovsky: Letting Go: "Live-by-Design" Way

  • The Ise (Ise-jingÅ«), a Shinto shrine in the forest of sacred Japanese cypress trees that is destroyed every 20 years and replaced by exact duplicate built on the adjacent site comes to mind.

    Alla Kazovsky: Letting Go: "Live-by-Design" Way

  • Otherwise we are going to over-cook our goose, and nobody will be dreaming of a white Christmas because it won't be cold enough for snow, and therefore no sleigh-bells ringing or jing jing jing-a-ling too.

    Wes Nisker: Worship The Sun! (Not Just The Son)

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