jangler


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jan·gle

 (jăng′gəl)
v. jan·gled, jan·gling, jan·gles
v.intr.
To make a harsh metallic sound: The spurs jangled noisily.
v.tr.
1. To cause to make a harsh discordant sound.
2. To have an irritating effect on: The racket from the street jangled my nerves.
n.
A harsh metallic sound.

[Middle English janglen, to chatter, from Old French jangler, probably of Germanic origin.]

jan′gler n.
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