verb (used without object), jan·gled, jan·gling.
verb (used with object), jan·gled, jan·gling.
Origin of jangle
Related formsjan·gler, nounjan·gly, adjective
Examples from the Web for jangle
There are stories of his that reek with foul odors and jangle repulsively upon the eye and the ear.A History of American Literature Since 1870|Fred Lewis Pattee
Instantly she was assailed by dreadful noises, a jangle of inarticulate sounds like the barking of two dogs.We Can't Have Everything|Rupert Hughes
It was strung in a different key from that in which the men were singing, and the jangle made Nick feel all puckered up inside.Master Skylark|John Bennett
But the Honorable Pulaski suddenly heard the jangle of their jumper-bell, and stared up at them.King Spruce, A Novel|Holman Day
We had scarcely started to eat when we heard a jangle of bells and the pound of hoofs.Tales of lonely trails|Zane Grey