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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.
We were seeing some nice bulls, and we had even named a few of them based on the way they bugled. One bull had such a distinct bugle we could pinpoint his location late at night from camp.
When he was close to Tom, I bugled, hoping he would look up where I was and not at Tom.
By September 20 in most general archery seasons, every bull has been bugled at, called within range, shot at, and chased a dozen times.
We quietly trekked blocked logging skids, bugled at odd intervals, but turned back when the skids abruptly ended.
Then another bull with heavier antlers came to timber's edge on the far slope and bugled a challenge.
Scarcely had I drifted off in to a delicious snooze, when a bull bugled just above me.
We quickly cow called and the bull instantly bugled. You could tell he was heading our way fast.
The bull stood and bugled at us for about 15 minutes, but unbelievably, he wouldn't budge an inch.
I have bugled in thick country at 10 yards where we can't see each other.
The bull bugled again on his own, which gave us a fix on his position.