bugle

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  • Info The bugle is one of the simplest brass instruments, having no valves or other pitch-altering devices. more...
  • All this time he continued to sound the various calls on his bugle.
  • He was known to play the bugle at the end of each performance.
  • The bugles all over the camp by the river began to sound at half-past four. Cited from The River War, by Winston S. Churchill
  • I'm going to ask father to let him carry Bugles next week. Cited from Dorothy Dale, by Margaret Penrose
  • Bugle Boy did make them for girls/women, but were mainly seen on boys/men.
  • He also decided that his character would reveal his feelings only while playing the bugle.
  • The night is far spent; we'll hear the bugles before long. Cited from A Horse's Tale, by Mark Twain [Clemens]
  • He is a great success, and is allowed to keep the bugle.
  • There was a cry in my being like bugles calling me to her. Cited from The Sea Wolf, by Jack London
  • It is believed that, in earlier times, the stone served the purpose of a bugle.
  • Now and then the clear sound of bugles reached her, but she saw no hunters. Cited from Long Live the King, by Mary Roberts Rinehart
  • Other knowledge is historical in nature, including information as found in Bugle Notes.
  • Then, from the valley below, was heard the sound of a bugle. Cited from Under Wellington's Command, by G. A. Henty
  • Hardly were the troops settled in camp for a night of rest, before the bugle called them to go again. Cited from Three Years in the Sixth Corps, by George T. Stevens
  • Your words are like the bugles sounding a charge all down the line. Cited from It Is Never Too Late to Mend, by Charles Reade
  • What's a bugle going for at this time in the afternoon? Cited from Trapped by Malays, by George Manville Fenn
  • Not till the soldiers come home again and the bugles cease to play. Cited from Over Here, by Edgar A. Guest
  • For another clear bugle-note rang out as if in answer to the first. Cited from !Tention, by George Manville Fenn
  • The tower had a guard, who would sound his bugle whenever an enemy approached.
  • His summer-school job falls through, so he looks to the Daily Bugle for work.
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Synonyms of bugle

Meaning of bugle

  • noun A brass instrument without valves; used for military calls and fanfares
  • noun Any of various low-growing annual or perennial evergreen herbs native to eurasia; used for ground cover
  • noun A tubular glass or plastic bead sewn onto clothing for decoration
  • verb Play on a bugle