biwgl, glesyn y coed, biwglau, fiwgl, fiwglau, golchenid, nglesyn y coed, ngolchenid, lesyn y coed, miwgl, miwglau, olchenid
Noun(1) a brass instrument without valves; used for military calls and fanfares(2) any of various low-growing annual or perennial evergreen herbs native to Eurasia; used for ground cover(3) a tubular glass or plastic bead sewn onto clothing for decoration
Verb(1) play on a bugle
(1) With the deep tones of a bugle signalling the end of the remembrance service in the background, Emmett said in a trembling voice that his journey back to the camp brought closure for him.(2) From beyond the canyon's ridge, a wonderful bugle call charged the air, pounding hooves, belonging to the stalwart super troopers of Holt's Rangers raced to The Alamo in all their red, white and blue glory.(3) While the living comrades of those buried in a New Caledonia cemetery stand at salute, a bugle sounds ├ö├ç├┐Taps├ö├ç├û - voicing the promise that they have not died in vain.(4) a bugle call(5) In Winchester a single bugle player sounded the Last Post before the cathedral grounds fell silent.(6) The bugle that sounded the Charge of the Light Brigade will today be presented to the regiment that carried it into the valley where hundreds of men died.(7) the piercing bugle of adult bulls(8) You can even plant periwinkle, bugle and ground ivy in the gaps in your log or rock pile - this could make a fun project for an older child.(9) For years, Mason led Star of Indiana, a world champion drum and bugle corps.(10) The bulls arrange harems of as many as 50 cows, using a screeching bugle sound to make them swoon.(11) There is just less than half an hour of music, beginning with an introductory movement depicting dawn at a tranquil camp of Confederate troops, broken by the Assembly bugle calls and the march north.(12) The bugle was essential to all military communication until its displacement by electronics.(13) Traditional musical instruments include a bugle made from buffalo horn, a circular piece of iron with a string stretched across it that vibrates to produce sound, and a drum.(14) It was made out of black polyester that looked very much like silk, floor length, with a kind of cowl neck, cut low to the back with straps fanning out across the back and bugle beading at the hips and collar.(15) Sophie's more casual outfit consists of a black Powerline stretch sleeveless top, Kismet's own label sarong, and an orange, multi-strand bugle bead bracelet.(16) In Lancashire, the bugle sounded at the stroke of midday as riders and hunt followers toasted the Holcombe Hunt with a drop of brandy or port.
(1) sound the bugle :: sain y biwgl
1. bugleweed ::
Different Formsbugle, bugled, bugles, bugling
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