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Synonyms for flute

a high-pitched woodwind instrument

a tall narrow wineglass

a groove or furrow in cloth etc (particularly a shallow concave groove on the shaft of a column)


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form flutes in

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Q WHILE visiting Merseyside I heard about a pilgrimage to the grave in Formby of the Irish poet who wrote Phil The Fluter's Ball.
More typical is Coeta Fluter of Portland, who had been looking "for something to get outside and get some exercise" but who didn't want to bicycle because that was "hard on my knees."
On the musical menu will be Vaughn Williams, Holst and Elgar as well as lighter fare such as the Londonderry Air and Phil the Fluter's Ball.
Along the way are many delights - traditional songs, art-songs (the lovely Gortnamona among them), Danny Boy (of course) and Phil the Fluter's Ball.
We have to go back to August, 2002, to find the only success for Francis Fluter. That was in maiden company at Newcastle.
ON a day of mixed fortunes for the Dickinson camp at Wetherby, odds-on fav Prince Rowan is turned over by Phil The Fluter (S Keightley) in the Rowland Meyrick but Bradley makes amends in the Castleford Chase to score on Badsworth Boy.
Despite his songs with titles like Phil the Fluter's Ball, Are Ye Right There Michael?
NEWCASTLE (BAGS) 11.11 (480m): Coolcholly Wadel, Whatever, Fully Tuned, Dummy Fluter, Kelsey's Lil Nan, Humble Pie (W).
Francome saved ground on the inner as Phil The Fluter and Canny Danny forced the pace, but as the field turned for home it was readily apparent that Burrough Hill Lad was running all over his rivals.
I'm told he wrote Phil The Fluter's Ball but who was he?
INSURANCE chief executive officer Ruurd de Fluter of reinsurance giant Swiss Re and a group of his employees have temporarily traded in the office for the riverbank to help environment group Thames21 clear debris from the foreshore.