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Then the band blared out into a waltz and the crowd drew away from the centre of the floor.
"Jack Kilmeny will ride Teddy Roosevelt," blared the megaphone man.
THE HIGHGRADERWILLIAM MACLEOD RAINE
The love songs stopped abruptly; after a momentary silence, a trumpet, considerably amplified, blared; the "Ducal Salute."
SPACE VIKINGHENRY BEAM PIPER
The College band roared, boomed and blared then settled down to, “Hail to Hillcrest!”
RED DYNAMITEROY J. SNELL
But or ever he might smite, the great horn blared out over the tumult, and men forbore a while and fell somewhat silent.
Trumpets blared a fan-fa-rade and lines of soldiers gave forth inspiriting sounds, with many musical instruments.
The night noises of the forest blared strangely in his ears.
KENNYLEONA DALRYMPLE
In the camp beyond the town bugles blared and the long roll was furiously beaten.
THE LONG ROLLMARY JOHNSTON
The second whistle blared just above their heads, and a voice like a cry shouted, "Any more for the gangway?"
THE GARDEN PARTYKATHERINE MANSFIELD
Somewhere in the lines a bugle suddenly blared out its message to the stillness and was silent again.
ARUNDELEDWARD FREDERIC BENSON

WORD OF THE DAY

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