tinklingly


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tinklingly

(ˈtɪŋklɪŋlɪ)
adv
in a tinkling manner
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I guess Hough may well have been busking this, tinklingly and suavely, as some in the audience actually crooned along.
That sensibility lives on in what might be termed Kiefer's transgressive memory--comprising a historical awareness and its simultaneous burlesque--while once familiar catchwords and phrases such as Sudetenland, Drang nach Osten, and Lebensraum tinklingly waltz on as background buzz.
Surely it is not normal to be treating my answerphone like an old-fashioned human partner: rushing home to it from work to see what mood it is in, whether it will tinklingly confirm that I am loveable and an acceptable member of society or be empty and distant, like now for example.