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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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Moxley pays direct homage to the poets of the New York School, particularly Schuyler and Ashbery, and the tinkly noise of their cosmopolitan ruminating is evident throughout.
The stars fall from the sky as though from a 'twinkly, tinkly rain cloud' and Mariella scoops them into her slippers.
In both resorts, luxury is a plunge pool with a fountain; it's golf buggies and bowing staff with film-star teeth; it's tinkly spa music wherever you go; it's the biggest breakfast buffet you've ever seen; it's honeycomb, never simply honey out of a jar; it's $2 to launder a pair of pants; it's a choice of showers rain or power.
As the lights dimmed over an excitable crowd u including a host of top-brass politicos lined up on the front row u Phoenician letters were projected up and down the columns of the Temple of Bacchus to the tune of tinkly chimes.
This tinkly, crystalline soundworld is further extended by acoustic and electric guitars and what appears to be a home-made, grid-like harp.
While not flat-out religious, this is the kind of tinkly, pro-faith heartwarmer that the easily moved mistake for art and the rest of us just call sappy.
Newman's crew features more of the tinkly, anxious pop beloved by hip neurotics.
She had brownish-blonde hair cut in a bob and big, blue eyes that sparkled when she laughed, which was all tinkly and musical.
Bass is deep but never boomy, and highs are extended but never tingly, tinkly, or edgy (unless these are properties of the recording itself).
As a tot, hugging my favourite teddy Perky, I listened with mother to "Listen With Mother", children's tales bracketed by a tinkly rendering of a Gabriel Faure composition.
Ironically accompanied by the sound of a tinkly music box tune, it warns that you are on shaky footing in this world and had better not count on home as a refuge.
My mother rang a tinkly bell at the dining-room table, rather than possibly interrupt a polite conversation with guests, to call Arizona to clear each course off the table, but Arizona didn't seem to fathom the gentility of the ritual; was likely to holler out helpfully to ask what was wanted.
They don't spin around to poor quality tinkly piano music and then weep tears of joy as some outrageously crooked judge from their own country gives them 5.
Someday I'm going to have a store With a tinkly bell hung over the door, With real glass cases and counters wide, And drawers all spilly with things inside.
Sara Payne and her family watched them go, maybe thinking how such a splendid sight would have prompted one of those familiar, tinkly laughs if only their precious Sarah could have been there with them.