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a short light metallic sound

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a correctional institution used to detain persons who are in the lawful custody of the government (either accused persons awaiting trial or convicted persons serving a sentence)

make a high sound typical of glass

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make or emit a high sound

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References in classic literature ?
The bumpers filled, Mr Blandois, with a roystering gaiety, clinked the top of his glass against the bottom of Mr Flintwinch's, and the bottom of his glass against the top of Mr Flintwinch's, and drank to the intimate acquaintance he foresaw.
We clinked glasses with the Fielding three and happily hobnobbed with Kate Moss, but a tipsy Noel gave us the wink and we slipped away to catch up with our mate Mat Horne at nearby Maddox nightclub.
GRANADA HILLS -- As the student champs walked down the open-air hallways of Granada Hills Charter on Wednesday, medals dangling from their necks clinked with each stride -- music to Brian Bauer's ears.
Clinton's Secretary of State Madeleine Albright flew off to Pyongyang for a photo-op in which she clinked champagne glasses with Kim, in a toast to the wonderful new relationship.
Gary Locke toasted Hu, the Chinese leader clinked his mug from Starbucks with one held by current Democratic Gov.
In a ``Tots and Tonic'' segment examining the trend of so-called happy- hour play dates, she and a group of fellow moms merrily clinked wine glasses while their kids played in a nearby sandbox.