Whistle synonyms

wĭs'əl, hwĭs'-
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(Slang) Something uproariously funny or absurd.
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A bell, siren, whistle, flashing light, etc. to give this signal
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An instrument that produces a shrill sound
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A loud, brassy 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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A loud utterance of an emotion, such as fear, anger, or despair.
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A loud, piercing cry or sound
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A powerful hit, blow, or shot.
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An act of making music or noise with pipes.
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Alternative term for siren song
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In radio, television, cell phones, etc., the electrical impulses, sound or picture elements, etc. transmitted or received
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A short blast of a horn, whistle, etc.
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A region of eastern Scotland between the Firths of Forth and Tay. It was once a Pict kingdom.
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Any of the tubes in an organ.
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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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An instrument that produces a shrill sound
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An instrument that produces a shrill sound
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An electronic device that produces a similar sound
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(Gr. Myth., person, proper) The Muse of eloquence and epic poetry
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To produce in a flutelike tone.
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To produce or give forth a trill.
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To utter with a hiss.
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To make the buzzing or hissing sound of something moving swiftly through the air
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To produce or utter with a hoarse whistling sound:
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(Informal) To walk or drive in a leisurely manner; amble:
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To order to come or appear; call for or send for with authority or urgency
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To tell (a person) of a danger, coming evil, misfortune, etc.; put on guard; caution
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To exercise authority or control as or as if one is a commander.
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To mark with or as with a flag
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To capture and hold briefly (the attention, for example); engage.
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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 celebrate in or as if in song:
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To make, compose, or perform with little or no preparation:
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The characteristic cry of a bird
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The process by which a system, often biological or ecological, is modulated, controlled, or changed by the product, output, or response it produces.
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To provide or equip with instruments.
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A shrill, breathy sound; a whistle.
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Any of various fipple flutes of metal, wood, or plastic with open holes for fingering
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To produce musical sounds or notes with the voice, esp. in a connected series, as in giving voice to a song
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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, cry, shriek, blast, piping, siren-call and signal.