The grapes were no other than gold coins which tinkled
merrily as they swayed in the wind.
In the garden were the most beautiful flowers, and on the loveliest of them were tied silver bells which tinkled, so that if you passed you could not help looking at the flowers.
The porcelain walls and floors glittered in the light of many thousand gold lamps; the most gorgeous flowers which tinkled out well were placed in the corridors.
I had a pounds 875 double with Hills on United to beat Everton (5-6) and City to beat Wolves (2-11), and from the moment Little Pea tinkled
his way through the home defence at Goodison Park to nab an early opener, a bag-of-sand boost was on the cards.
Other times, it's the family cat that tinkled
on the rug and couch, or perhaps it's the house saturated in cigarette smoke.
Robin's sisters and my Aunt's lily daughter Laughed and talked, and tinkled
light as wrens If there were a little colony all hens To go walking by the steep turn of Sweetwater.