jingled


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jingled

mod. alcohol intoxicated. She was a little jingled, but not worse than that.
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Two Tails stamped his foot till the iron ring on it jingled.
He paused and nodded to me familiarly, while his bells jingled.
The ground was hard as iron, the frost still rigorous; as he brushed among the hollies, icicles jingled and glittered in their fall; and wherever he went, a volley of eager sparrows followed him.
A few small pieces of silver, moreover, jingled in his pocket.
Porthos was magnificent; his spurs jingled, his cuirass glittered, his sword knocked proudly against his ample limbs.
Andrea extended his hand; Bertuccio kept his own in his pocket, and merely jingled a few pieces of money.
interrupted D'Artagnan; "become a Frondist, my friend, belong to the Fronde, and remember that I fill the count's place in everything;" and he jingled his money.
The sleigh-bells jingled to and fro continually: sometimes announcing the arrival of a sleigh from Vermont, laden with the frozen bodies of porkers, or sheep, and perhaps a deer or two; sometimes of a regular market-man, with chickens, geese, and turkeys, comprising the whole colony of a barn yard; and sometimes of a farmer and his dame, who had come to town partly for the ride, partly to go a-shopping, and partly for the sale of some eggs and butter.
I was so taken by the idea I let him go, and he jingled off in an ekka as pleased as Punch.
She shook with laughter till her bracelets and anklets jingled.
I was very busy indeed all day and wrote directions home to the servants, and wrote notes for my guardian, and dusted his books and papers, and jingled my housekeeping keys a good deal, one way and another.