Definition of Jinglet

1. a clapper on a sleigh-bell [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Jinglet

jingalls
jingals
jingbang
jingbangs
jingko
jingkoes
jingle
jingle-jangle
jingle bell
jingle bells
jingle mail
jingled
jingler
jinglers
jingles
jinglet (current term)
jinglets
jinglier
jingliest
jingling
jinglingly
jingly
jingo
jingoes
jingoish
jingoism
jingoisms
jingoist
jingoistic
jingoistically

Literary usage of Jinglet

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1. School Devices: A Book of Ways and Suggestions for Teachers by Edward Richard Shaw, Webb Donnell (1886)
"Below are given excerpts to show what is meant: HOW THE jinglet GETS INSIDE. ... In making the bell this jinglet is put inside a little ball of mud, ..."

2. Catalogue of the Library of the Boston Athenaeum by Charles Ammi Cutter, Boston Athenaeum (1874)
"Dublin, 1763. 8". Compleat tutor for the violin. London, nd 8". (W 26) Complete jingleT. >W Walton, ,1. Complete family brewer. ..."

3. History of the Town of Hamden, Connecticut: With an Account of the by William Phipps Blake (1888)
"These cores are made in a core mould, and at same time the jinglet is put in the core and after the bells are cast the core is rapped out. ..."

4. Vulgar errors, ancient and modern, attributed as imports to the proper names by Gilbert Dyer (1816)
"... we are forever hunting the ridiculous jinglet of languages: Jingles which bear neither reference to our lands, nor relation to their features. ..."

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