Whistle

Whistle (shortened from whistle and flute) is London Cockney rhyming slang for suit.
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whistle

[n] - the sound made by something moving rapidly or by steam coming out of a small aperture 2. [n] - the act of signalling (e.g., summoning) by whistling or blowing a whistle 3. [n] - acoustic device that forces air or steam against an edge or into a cavity and so produces a loud shrill sound 4. [v] - make whistling sounds 5. [v]
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Whistle

Whis'tle intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Whistled ; present participle & verbal noun Whistling .] [ Anglo-Saxon hwistlian ; akin to Swedish hvissla , Danish hvisle , Icelandic hvīsla to
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Whistle

Whis'tle transitive verb 1. To form, utter, or modulate by whistling; as, to whistle a tune or an air. 2. To send, signal, or call by a whistle. « He chanced to miss his dog; we stood still till he had whistled him up.» Addison. To whistle off
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Whistle

Whis'tle noun [ Anglo-Saxon hwistle a pipe, flute, whistle. See Whistle , intransitive verb ] 1. A sharp, shrill, more or less musical sound, made by forcing the breath through a small orifice of the lips, or through or instrument which gives a similar sound
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whistle

1. To make a kind of musical sound, or series of sounds, by forcing the breath through a small orifice formed by contracting the lips; also, to emit a similar sound, or series of notes, from the mouth or beak, as birds. 'The weary plowman leaves the task of day, And, trudging homeward, whistles on the way.' (Gay) ... 2. To make a shrill sound with
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whistle

whistling noun the act of signalling (e.g., summoning) by whistling or blowing a whistle; `the whistle signalled the end of the game`
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whistle

whistling noun the sound made by something moving rapidly or by steam coming out of a small aperture
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whistle

verb make a whining, ringing, or whistling sound; `the kettle was singing`; `the bullet sang past his ear`
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Whistle

• (v. i.) To sound shrill, or like a pipe; to make a sharp, shrill sound; as, a bullet whistles through the air. • (v. t.) To send, signal, or call by a whistle. • (v. i.) A sharp, shrill, more or less musical sound, made by forcing the breath through a small orifice of the lips, or through or instrument which gives a similar sound;
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Whistle

(from the article `American literature`) ...a staggering quantity of closely observed detail, documented the war`s human cost in an ambitious trilogy (From Here to Eternity [1951], The Thin ...
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whistle

short flute having a stopped lower end and a flue that directs the player`s breath from the mouth hole at the upper end against the edge of a hole ... [2 related articles]
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Whistle

Whistle (shortened from whistle and flute) is London Cockney rhyming slang for suit.
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Whistle

[decontamination solution] Whistle is the registered trade name of a chemical mixture used in the demilitarization of chemical warfare agents. It is a liquid which can be used to replace sodium hypochlorite or sodium hydroxide in some applications. ...
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Whistle

[2003 film] Whistle is a 2003 Tamil slasher film Tamil film which is a remake of the English horror film Urban Legend. Although the film was an average grosser, its music became very successful. The film was the debut of Vikramaditya Shukla in the lead role. ==Plot== The film begins with murder of Swetha a college student which is considere
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Whistle

Little piece of orange plastic which hides in the deepest recesses of bum bags.
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whistle

an acoustical signal given by a driver, usually to warn of the approach of his train
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whistle

Type: Term Pronunciation: wis′ĕl Definitions: 1. A sound made by forcing air through a narrow opening such as pursed lips. 2. An instrument for producing a whistle.
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Whistle

an end blown flute with a fipple. all kinds exist around the world. See flageolet.
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Whistle

[novel] Whistle (1978), a novel by James Jones, tells the story of four wounded South Pacific veterans brought back by hospital ship to the United States during World War II. Much of the story takes place in a veterans hospital in the fictional city of Luxor, Tennessee (based on the city of Memphis). Whistle forms the third part of a war tr
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Whistle

[band] Whistle was an American 1980s hip hop and contemporary R&B group that comprised Jazzy Jazz, Kool Doobie, and DJ Silver Spinner. They later brought in Kraze and then Terk after Kool Doobie left the group to go solo. Its biggest hit single as a rap group was `(Nothing Serious) Just Buggin’` in 1986. The group`s first two albums, Whis
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Whistle

[organisation] Whistle was a supporter`s pressure group, created by fans of West Ham United that were critical of its Chairman, Terry Brown, following the club`s relegation in 2003 and the subsequent sale of many of their top players. In April 2004, the group published a dossier accusing the board of financial incompetence, and asking 180 q
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Whistle

[disambiguation] A whistle is a single-note woodwind instrument, in the percussion section of the orchestra, and with many other applications in sport and other fields. Whistle may also refer to: ==Music== ==Literature== ==Film== ==Science and Technology== ==Places== ==Others== ...
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Whistle

A whistle (or call) is a simple aerophone, an instrument which produces sound from a stream of forced air. It may be mouth-operated, or powered by air pressure, steam, or other means. Whistles vary in size from a small slide whistle or nose flute type to a large multi-piped church organ. ==History== Night watchmen in Ancient China would blow into
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Whistle

see play to the whistle.
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