One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘keys jangled at his waist’
clank, clink, jingle, tinkle, ding, ping, clang, clash, clatter, rattle, vibrate, ring, chime
2‘the sound of merriment jangled her nerves’
grate on, jar on, irritate, disturb, assault, fray, rasp, put on edge, set on edge, shred, rub raw, test, rattle, stretch tight, wreak havoc on
informal get on
1‘the jangle of his chains and bells’
clank, clanking, clink, clinking, chink, chinking, jangling, jingle, jingling, clash, clashing, clang, clanging, rattle, rattling, clangour
cacophony, din, racket, noise, discord, dissonance, discordance, caterwauling, raucousness, stridency, stridor
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