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Synonyms for bugle

a brass instrument without valves

a tubular glass or plastic bead sewn onto clothing for decoration

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play on a bugle

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I bugled again, detecting pieces of him ambling up a defunct logging skid, ducking and sprinting to clear a line of thronged fir.
At the very first hint of daylight, a bull bugled above me, and the breeze was drifting steadily downhill from the elk to me.
A second bull bugled from below and started coming up the hill toward "Ben the cow.
John bugled again, and Tom made a couple soft cow calls.
Instantly, a bull bugled back and came running up the hill to greet us.
We quietly trekked blocked logging skids, bugled at odd intervals, but turned back when the skids abruptly ended.
We quickly cow called and the bull instantly bugled.
Looking around, I found a sturdy limb and used it to rake a nearby tree, and then I bugled.
I have bugled in thick country at 10 yards where we can't see each other.
On our very first setup Red bugled in a 5x6 bull that would score about 260.
The bull bugled again on his own, which gave us a fix on his position.
One Bull Bugled just above me, another was hollering out front, and a third responded from below It was one of those magical mornings when the woods ring with bugling.
The bull bugled and stopped abruptly to stare in our direction.