What is another word for dingdong?

Pronunciation: [dˈɪŋdɒŋ] (IPA)

"Dingdong" is a common onomatopoeic term that is often used to describe the sound made by a bell or a doorbell. Synonyms for the word "dingdong" include "ding," "ring," or "jingle." Other similar words that can be used as synonyms for "dingdong" include "chime," "clang," "clunk," or "tinkle." These words are often used interchangeably to describe the similar sounds made by different types of bells, from handbells to church bells. Additionally, the word "dingdong" is also used colloquially to describe someone who is acting foolishly or acting in a way that is perceived as annoying, in which case synonyms for this usage include "jerk," "dolt," or "buffoon".

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Usage examples for Dingdong

Same old dingdong always.
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To the old dingdong again.
"Ulysses"
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