Whistle synonyms

wĭs'əl, hwĭs'-
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A long, loud, wailing cry of a wolf, dog, etc.
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The sound or other warning made by a fire alarm.
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(Figuratively) One's vocal capacity.
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An instrument that produces a shrill sound
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(Usually singular) A loud sound.
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(Music) A small, high-pitched whistle that is blown from the end like a flute and is made of metal
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Hiss is defined as to make the sound of a snake or a long s.
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To cause to sound
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Something that incites action:
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(Slang) Cocaine, especially a small amount snorted at one time.
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A small, high-pitched, transverse flute used primarily to accompany drums in a military or marching band.
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A long tube of clay, concrete, metal, plastic, etc., for conveying water, gas, oil, etc. or for use in construction
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To shriek is to make a high-pitched sound, often out of fear, anger or pain.
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To move about in a leisurely or unrushed way; esp., to drive in this way as in a small car
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To impart the quality of a trill to; to utter as, or with, a trill.
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A rallying call or signal:
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A gust of wind; strong rush of air
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A system of pipes, such as those used in plumbing.
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Alternative term for siren song
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(Music) An instrument consisting of a series of ten or more tubes of different lengths, typically closed at the bottom and open at the top. The instrument is played by blowing across the open end at the top.
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An instrument that produces a shrill sound
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An instrument that produces a shrill sound
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The definition of a siren is a wailing sound made by passing air through a rotating disc, or a beautiful woman who uses sex to attract men, or a mythical female creature that lures men into the sea.
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A keyboard instrument like an organ, having a series of steam whistles
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To sing, whistle, or speak with a flutelike tone.
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To make the buzzing or hissing sound of something moving swiftly through the air
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The definition of wheeze is to make a whistling sound.
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To request to appear; send for:
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To make (someone) aware of impending danger etc. [from 11th c.]
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To hold, to control the use of.
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(Computing) To set a program variable to true.
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To stop; check:
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To call with a whistle
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To sing with trills, runs, or quavers.
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To utter in a tremulous voice
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To make, compose, or perform with little or no preparation:
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Sound or a sound of any kind:
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To praise or celebrate in song.
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The sound or song of a bird
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A shrill, breathy sound; a whistle.
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The return of information about the result of a process or activity; evaluative response:
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(Music) To compose or arrange for performance.
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Any of various fipple flutes of metal, wood, or plastic with open holes for fingering
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(Music) To produce the musical sound of:
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Find another word for whistle. In this page you can discover 45 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for whistle, like: howl, fire-alarm, pipes, , blare, tin-whistle, hiss, sound, signal, toot and fife.