adjective, tin·kli·er, tin·kli·est.
Examples from the Web for tinkly
The old spinets and harpsichords, with their charming inlaid cases, were beautiful, but they gave forth only tinkly sounds.The House in Good Taste|Elsie de Wolfe
It must have sounded as tinkly as one of those tiny childrens pianos which you can buy at every toy-shop.The Story of Mankind|Hendrik Van Loon
It must have sounded as tinkly as one of those tiny children's pianos which you can buy at every toy-shop.The Story of Mankind|Hendrik van Loon
It was a tinkly, reedy instrument, for none of that household had any turn for music.The Good Soldier|Ford Madox Ford
Often they were supplemented with candelabra of bronze or brass, tricked out with tinkly pendant prisms.Dishes & Beverages of the Old South|Martha McCulloch Williams