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 jangling
The hip-hop had given way to traditional beats, the jangling guitars of an Oliver Mtukudzi song.
Such a jangling of harness, such a flashing of polished surfaces!Mary Gray|Katharine Tynan
He could hear it jangling through the house, but it brought no immediate response.The Purple Heights|Marie Conway Oemler
At Reading, another woman with a baby got in and both babies cried in chorus, jangling my nerves to bits!The Journal of a Disappointed Man|Wilhelm Nero Pilate Barbellion