|helinä englanniksi||jingle, Tinkerbell, chink, tintinnabulation, rattle|
: He heard the jingle of her keys in the door and turned off the screen.
: Give me a jingle when you find out something.
: The beads jingled as she walked.
: She jingled the beads as she walked.
*: Jingling street ballads.
*: I characterize it as the "Tinkerbell Approach" to policy development: It might work if all the children would just believe hard enough and clap their hands
*: Sometimes I get the impression that the Tinkerbell theory is taking over: that the existence of God is dependent on our own existence and perceptions.
*: The New.net venture underlined an important principle: ICANNs authority over the DNS root is fundamentally subject to the "Tinkerbell" principle.
*: Yet I did not give way, but settled to wait for the dawn, which must, I knew, be now at hand; for then I thought enough light would come through the chinks of the tomb above to show me how to set to work.
*: Through one cloudless chink, in a black, stormy sky, / Shines out the dewy morning star.
: to chink a wall
*: I thought that if all the hills about there were pure chink, and all belonged to me, I would give them if I could just talk to her when I wanted to ...
*: to leave his chink to better hands
: The coins were chinking in his pocket.
: rfquotek|Alexander Pope
*: Across the darkling meadows, from the heights of Hare, the tintinnabulation sounded mournfully, penetrating the curl-wreathed tympanums of Lady Parvula de Panzoust.
*: Keeping time, time, time,
*: In a sort of Runic rhyme,
*: To the tintinnabulation that so musically wells
*: From the bells, bells, bells, bells,
*: Bells, bells, bells —
*: From the jingling and the tinkling of the bells.
: I wish they would fix the rattle under my dashboard.
*: The rattle of a drum.
*: Pleased with a rattle, tickled with a straw.
*: The rattles of Isis and the cymbals of Brasilea nearly enough resemble each other.
*: All this ado about the golden age is but an empty rattle and frivolous conceit.
*: It may seem strange that a man who wrote with so much perspicuity, vivacity, and grace, should have been, whenever he took a part in conversation, an empty, noisy, blundering rattle.
: The rattle of the rattlesnake is composed of the hardened terminal scales, loosened in succession, but not cast off, and modified in form so as to make a series of loose, hollow joints.
: to rattle a chain
: Rattle the can of cat treats if you need to find Fluffy.
*: "Tut!" said old Bittlesham. "Tut is right," I agreed. Then the rumminess of the thing struck me. "But if you havent dropped a parcel over the race," I said, "why are you looking so rattled?"
*: That United were rattled, mentally as well as at times physically – legitimately so – was beyond question. Nick Powell clipped a crisp drive a foot over the bar, but otherwise Milton Keynes had the best of the remainder of the first half.
: I wish the dashboard in my car would quit rattling.
*: Sound but another [drum], and another shall / As loud as thine rattle the welkins ear.
: We rattled along for a couple of miles.
: She rattled on for an hour.