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In the second clip, a camera follows the cast around as they sing an a capella hip-hop remix of “jingle Bells.”
Can you imagine Bud Powell or Charlie Parker writing a jingle?
So did a jingle lawsuit from Dr Pepper and several additional suits from the SEC.
We sing “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” and “jingle Bells”.
I heard the jingle of money, and on opening the bag I found a large number of gold pieces.
From the bar came the jingle of glasses and loud, cheerful conversation.
Unable, however, to keep up this make-believe recklessness, jingle sat down at length and sobbed like a child.
They shouted at each other in the jingle with comparative cheerfulness.
Scores of proverbs show you that you can remember two lines that rhyme better than one without the jingle.
late 14c., gingeln, of imitative origin (cf. Dutch jengelen, German klingeln). Related: Jingled; jingling.
1590s, from jingle (v.). Meaning "song in an advertisement" first attested 1930, from earlier sense of "catchy array of words in prose or verse" (1640s).
A telephone call; a ring; tinkle: We never hear from you, not even a jingle