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  • verb Present participle of ching.


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  • Enjoy walking through our over-sized chinging-binging-strobe-lit casinos where all circles back to hell.

    Randy Susan Meyers: No One Smiles in Atlantic City

  • I can hear the executives minds ching chinging with cash and Dr Evil laughing at all the fans out there who will hate it. frelling_cute

    Buffy the Vampire Slayer Remake Without Joss Whedon | /Film

  • Then, too, Sherwood (or Mel) has an unhappy way of making half-italicized gerunds out of her sound effects: ‘chinging’ and ‘graunching’ come to mind.

    August 15th, 2006

  • (The Wachowskis 'presence is felt not just in the movie's imagery -- in the slow-mo shot of raindrops and in the vapor trails that follow V's ching-chinging knives -- but in the endless scenes in which people sit around explaining stuff.)

    Anarchy in the U.K.

  • The sense of urgency has been created, and cash registers at pharmacies are ching–ching-chinging the world over.

    A sense of urgency | The Blog of Michael R. Eades, M.D.

  • The rules are chinging some, but the game is the same.

    All news is bad news « BuzzMachine

  • Frawley shoved open the door, shoulder lowered, the chain snapping, the doorknob banging, the links chinging across hardwood like spilled dimes.

    The Town

  • I just recognised 'Masquerade' with it being slower and the guitar chugging rather than ching chinging.


  • The chinging for instance, which doesn't carry so well, is very directional and can help any females that have been aroused by night after night of booming (it sometimes goes on for seven hours a night for up to three months) to find a mate.

    Last Chance to See

  • Belches from the sea, and now the smithy would float all that way, get swallered up and belched out, and someday she'd just be minding her own business and some cloud would break up and plop that smithy down as neat as you please, old Makepeace Smith still ching ching chinging away.

    Seventh Son


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