"ting-a-ling," answered Silverfloss, and it sounded like the tinkling of a little silver bell.
When ting-a-ling heard this, he was disheartened, and hung his little head.
There, in the lighted room, ting-a-ling beheld a sight which greatly moved him.
This Giant, it will be remembered, was our old acquaintance, and the friend of ting-a-ling.
They were going down a grassy hill, and had just reached the bottom, when ting-a-ling heard some one calling him.
ting-a-ling stood in the middle of the bed and looked about him.
So ting-a-ling thought that as the King was putting on his war boots, something very great was surely about to happen.
Hit would go ting-a-ling, ting-a-ling and I can see 'em now stirrin in Carolina.
The front-door bell was constantly going ting-a-ling, ting-a-ling!
ting-a-ling—ling—ling—ling, chirped the bell right in his face.