use bugle in a sentence.
The copycat buglers would play reveille as they made their escape :)
The Bugle from the Guardian is hysterical.
What I'm afraid of are the multitudes of copycat buglers who may look up to him as a role model, meanwhile causing more harm than good.
It sounds like something The Bugle would make up, with their focus on geopolitical humor.
Can you vary the pitch on a vuvuzela similar to how you vary your pitch on a bugle (or a trumpet without using the valves)?
On The Bugle (a genuinely funny podcast) they were amused by these ridiculous types of comparisons, so they calculated how far cricket bats made of frozen oil would stretch, placed end-to-end.
I wonder if BSA has a similar problem with the Madison Scouts Drum & Bugle Corps, which has been around for 75 years?
It is like a bugle or any of the brass instruments.
I haven't played one, but I'm sure you could play numerous overtones like you can on a bugle.
As the guys from The Bugle (a satirical podcast) said while describing this product: "we've definitely come a long way when there's a need to develop a complete new piece of expensive hardware just to avoid having to take your phone from your pocket.
All in the Mind: For amusement, The Bugle.
Windows as a fashion is definitely passé, but it won't get thrown out like your old Vaurnet T-Shirts and Bugle Boy jeans...
I take rejection as someone blowing a bugle in my ear to wake me up and get going, rather than retreat~ Sylvester StalloneI eat what people like him will spit out on a bad day!
When playing a bugle, high notes are all close together in pitch because with short wavelength, adding one makes a proportionally small change.
The Bugle () pointed out quite correctly that until the US started talking smack about the NHS, bitching about the NHS was a favorite past time of the British.