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- adj. Alternative form of tintinnabular.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as tintinnabular.
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The whole air was laden with a subdued music, lined, as it were, with a golden vibrancy of tintinnabulary cadence -- distant, subdued, hardly more than a whisper, yet part of the air itself.
Another Ganymede (a sort of footboy major), who opened the door, and who was still settling himself into his coat, which he had slipped on at my tintinnabulary summons, ushered me with a mouth full of bread and cheese into this said back room.