Definition of Tinglish

1. thrilling [adj]



Tinglish Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tinglish

tingid
tingids
tinging
tingis
tingle
tingled
tingler
tinglers
tingles
tinglier
tingliest
tingliness
tingling
tinglingly
tinglings
tinglish (current term)
tingly
tings
tinhorn
tinhorns
tinier
tinies
tiniest
tinily
tininess
tininesses
tining
tink
tinkalite

Literary usage of Tinglish

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1. Commercial Relations of the United States with Foreign Countries by United States Bureau of Manufactures, United States (1901)
"There is an opening here for American coal, providing parties are willing to send samples, and there is little doubt that we can compete with tinglish coal. ..."

2. Good Words by Norman Macleod (1905)
"I notice, by the way, that one of Mr. Loring's rhymes is " tinglish " for ... They could never rhyme it to " tinglish " because they always give the initial ..."

3. The History of England, from the Invasion of Julius Cæsar to the Revolution by David Hume (1807)
"... indeed be deemed chimerical, but which often served as a pretence for exciting; the with unwary tinglish to wage war upon the trench na- France. tion. ..."

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