Jangle (verb)

  1. To make a harsh, metallic, ringing sound when struck or shaken.
  2. To cause a discordant or unpleasant noise or sound.


Derived from the middle english word 'jangelen' meaning to tinkle or clatter.


  1. The keys jangled as she rummaged through her purse, looking for the phone.
  2. The wind chimes jangled in the breeze, making a melodic yet haunting sound.
  3. The coins jangled in his pocket, reminding him of the money he had spent.
  4. The bracelets jangled on her wrist, as she waved her hand in the air.
  5. The guitars jangled in the background, as the singer started the next song.
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