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[jing-guh l] /ˈdʒɪŋ gəl/ verb (used without object), jingled, jingling. 1. to make clinking or tinkling sounds, as do coins, keys, or other light, resonant metal objects when coming into contact or being struck together repeatedly: The keys on his belt jingled as he walked. 2. to move or proceed with such sounds: The sleigh, […]
noun 1. a sleigh bell.
adjective In poor condition; ramshackle: driving down to Big Sur in their funky bus or some jingle-jangle car (1970s+) noun (also jing) Money; coins: I’ve got some jingle-jangle in my jeans/ A lot of bars have fundraisers and donate a big chunk of their jing to AIDS groups (1950s+)
- Jingle mail
noun keys to a dwelling mailed to the creditor by someone no longer able to make the mortgage payments Examples Lenders are only beginning to learn how to manage the onslaught of jingle mail. Word Origin 1992