Thesaurus / trumpeter
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As the trappers advanced, the officer in command halted his men, and sent out a trumpeter to order the former to await his coming.
Father herald, and you, trumpeter, ye have heard what we had to say to you; report it to your master.
So he strode up and down, and he fretted and he fumed and he chafed, and the trumpeter kept blowing away.
THE AMERICAN BARONJAMES DE MILLE
The type of this class is glory's porter, speculation's trumpeter, the electorate's Bonneau.
BALZACFREDERICK LAWTON
By Nehemiah's side stood a trumpeter, ready to blow an alarm at the first sight or sound of the enemy.
THE KING'S CUP-BEARERAMY CATHERINE WALTON
His trumpeter too was mounted, and the velvet cloth on his trumpet bristled with beautiful embroidery in gold thread and jewels.
The trumpeter knew it as well as any of them, but on him it produced a far different effect.
A trumpeter stands awaiting the command to inaugurate the exhibition, and but a few seconds elapse before the notes are sounded.
A loud cheer burst from the French lines; the trumpeter was gaining at every stride.
Most of the skins thus sold were those of the trumpeter swans, which are the most numerous.

WORDS RELATED TO TRUMPETER

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