whistle

[ hwis-uh l, wis- ]SEE DEFINITION OF whistle

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WHISTLE

He was still exerting his strength to the utmost when the whistle of the locomotive was heard.

Let me but have the little wench and the whistle to-morrow morn, and it is done.

Do, some kind Christian, pump a stroke or two, just to wet my whistle.

The whistle sounds, punctually to the stroke of six; we are off.

"Whistle when you are ready, Donald," called Linda as she turned away.

Gosh, I jist fooled him out of his two dollars slicker 'n a whistle.

But what about the whistle; are you sure you heard it, Molly?

He went out about half an hour ago, in answer to your whistle.

"Oh, I'm always jolly," replied Bywater, and then he began to whistle again.

The mountain has condescended to Mahomet; and henceforth Mahomet will whistle for it when he wants it.

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