Definition of Jinglers

1. Noun. (plural of jingler) ¹



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Definition of Jinglers

1. jingler [n] - See also: jingler

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Jinglers

jingal
jingall
jingalls
jingals
jingbang
jingbangs
jingko
jingkoes
jingle
jingle-jangle
jingle bell
jingle bells
jingle mail
jingled
jingler
jinglers
jingles
jinglet
jinglets
jinglier
jingliest
jingling
jinglingly
jingly
jingo
jingoes
jingoish
jingoism
jingoisms
jingoist

Literary usage of Jinglers

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1. History of American Verse (1610-1897) by James Lawrence Onderdonk (1901)
"stern reality of this republic, they must cast around for men essentially different from the old poets, and from the modern successions of jinglers, ..."

2. History of American Verse (1610-1897) by James Lawrence Onderdonk (1901)
"stern reality of this republic, they must cast around for men essentially different from the old poets, and from the modern successions of jinglers, ..."

3. Historical Sketches of Feudalism, British and Continental: With Numerous by Andrew Bell (1852)
"We see often assemble in the courts of the houses of great or rich people, bands of minstrels, jinglers, &c., and exercise all their talents and vise all ..."

4. A History of Feudalism, British and Continental by Andrew Bell (1863)
"We see often assemble in the courts of the houses of great or rich people, bands of minstrels, jinglers, &c., and exercise all their talents and use all ..."

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