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give (one) a tinkle

To call one on the phone. Give me a tinkle after the movie, and we can meet somewhere for a drink.
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tinkle

1. in. to urinate. (Mostly juvenile use. Usually objectionable.) Jimmy, be sure and tinkle before we leave.
2. n. urine. (Essentially juvenile. Usually objectionable.) There’s tinkle on the bathroom floor.
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While WALKING on the canal path she is continually LOOKING over her shoulder, ears strained for the TINKLING of a bell and coiled ready to leap to one side.
HARCOURT seems to be flavour of the month in the ivory tinkling stakes.
He now has trouble listening to his favourite violin music with the high notes, for him, having become fragmented and tinkling.
Mai starts with "Horizon", something that may well have been written and sung by the Irish chanteuse herself: ground shaking synthesizers, tinkling piano, and a sultry vocal.
For the 23-year-old stunner likes nothing better than tinkling away the weekend at a piano.
This may go over big with folks who worship the intellect, but for those who don't, Gates' "truth" is but "a tinkling cymbal." For we know that people truly do the right thing by one another only when they have "studied" the tenets of a higher moral law.
I can remember the picture well and I'm the boy on the left "tinkling" on the piano.
After a glass of champagne or eight, current Hollywood It boy Michael Fassbender, 34, twirled co-stars Viggo Mortensen and Keira Knightley on the dancefloor before tinkling the ivories and finally piggy-backing his way out the front door.
The revamped track still has the acoustic heart of the original and the great anthemic chorus but also has some added oomph with perky drums, a tinkling synth and sumptuous descending strings.
Between tinkling on the ivories, guitar and more unusual instruments, the comic also offered up some self-penned humorous songs, including one to his nemesis Chris de Burgh.
At 4 1/2 inches in diameter, the collar was probably not intended for a big animal - and anyway what self-respecting guard dog would thank you for the two tinkling bells attached?
The memory of her tinkling laughter will not falter Then, was it an angel or was it a dream In a moment of pure bliss?
Actors who are capable of tinkling out the odd tune upon the piano are one thing, but actors who are also concert pianists are another thing altogether.
The instrument delivers the unearthly tinkling sonority you hear accompanying the ballerina in her variation in the grand pas de deux in Act II, the number popularly known as the "Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy." Tchaikovsky first heard the celesta during a visit to Paris in the 1880s.
Flying fiddles, weeping steel guitars, and tinkling pianos set the pace as Fulks applies his raw, yearning voice to Jean Shepard's jaunty "Act Like a Married Man," which scolds a philanderer, and Hylo Brown's hushed "Bury the Bottle With Me," an embittered apology for a life of sin.