Did you mayhaps mean tinkling?
- n. Plural form of tinkling.
“And as he murmured these love endearments of namings, it seemed to him that in them were the ripplings of running waters, the tinklings of silver wind-bells, and the scents of the oleander and the jasmine.”
“ Ghostly children running through the old house and squawks of wild laughter all walled up with piano tinklings and tears swirled across my eyes.”
“Most of the time this sound is unpat-terned, similar to the random tinklings one might hear from a set of wind chimes dangling in a breeze.”
“Its crystal tinklings changed into an angry chiming.”
“Then a rain of tinklings that set the pulses racing with joy and at once checked them with tiny fingers of ice — and ringing through them”
“Closer it drew and now there came to me sweet, insistent tinklings — like pizzicati on violins of glass; crystal clear; diamonds melting into sounds!”
“Into the centre of the Veil the light drew itself, grew into an intolerable brightness — and with a storm of tinklings, a tempest of crystalline notes, a tumult of tiny chimings, through it sped — the Shining One!”
“It hovered for a moment between the woman and the dwarf, as though contemplating them; turned to her with its storm of tinklings softened, its murmurings infinitely caressing.”
“Indeed, more than half an hour must have elapsed, I calculated, between the moment the moon showed above the horizon and the first delicate onslaught of the tinklings.”
“It was — an archaic — movement; she seemed to drag it from remote antiquity — yet in it was a strange suggestion of power, Twice she repeated this gesture and — the tinklings died away!”
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