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- n. Obsolete form of jingle.
- v. Obsolete form of jingle.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- See jingle.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. etc. Obsolete spellings of jingle, etc.
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I got spurs that gingle-gangle-gingle as I go riding merrily along...
In a-matter of minutes i'll know the location of every gingle one of those files.
His face and his boot are ruffled much alike, and he takes great delight in his walk to hear his spurs gingle.
He has learned to ruffle his face from his boot, and takes great delight in his walk to hear his spurs gingle.
And to the end he may herein act his Part well, he knows how very subtlily first to fill the weak womans ears full, that she ought above all things to have the command of the cash; because she had such a great Portion; and that it is her mony which she hears gingle so.
I had determined to seek elsewhere for a more social party, when the thumping of tables and gingle of glasses induced me to abide the issue.
Roger appeared with a plump stubborn Welsh pony, attached to a funny little cart which he gayly informed them was a "gingle."
Even the short legs of a tiny pony could cover the ground more rapidly than the walking party, and when the pedestrians reached their destination, no sign of Win, his mother, pony or gingle was visible.
With the pony and gingle they explored many of the lovely Jersey lanes and headlands, for driving seldom tired Win.
I went down stairs and walked up the street, in the greatest perplexity; for -- let me whisper it into your ear, reader, I had not a sufficient amount of the current coin of the realm in my pockets to create a gingle upon a tomb-stone.