tinkly
adjective Date: 1892 that tinkles ; tinkling

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  • tinkly — /ting klee/, adj., tinklier, tinkliest. tinkling or producing a tinkling sound. [1890 95; TINKLE + Y1] * * * …   Universalium

  • tinkly — tin·kly …   English syllables

  • tinkly — adjective like the short high ringing sound of a small bell sounding brass and a tinkling cymbal • Syn: ↑tinkling • Similar to: ↑reverberant • Derivationally related forms: ↑tinkle …   Useful english dictionary

  • tinklynas — sm. (1) Š, NdŽ žr. tinklas 3: Dirgsnių tinklynas Blv. Kana koks sveikatžinis lygina širdį ir jos gyslaičių tinklyną su tvenkiniu Blv …   Dictionary of the Lithuanian Language

  • tin|kly — «TIHNG klee», adjective. 1. full of tinkles; characterized by tinkling: »a tinkly toy. The tinkly temple bells (Rudyard Kipling). 2. sounding weak, cheap, or childish: »a tinkly tune, a tinkly title, tinkly sentiments …   Useful english dictionary

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