They call Rosh HaShana (the Jewish New Year) the “Memorial Blowing of the trumpets,” and do not consider it a New Year at all.
His family is a case study in the acculturation process he now trumpets.
How we love that word—cue the trumpets, unfurl the banners, cast a golden light upon the White House.
American hawks are also blowing their trumpets over technological advances in Chinese weaponry.
The Daily Pic: Francesco Traballesi trumpets that his painting's almost done, after it's finished.
Next morning, Friday the ninth, the Maid sent for Alençon and implored him to sound the trumpets and lead the assault.
He came back with no flourish of trumpets, but quietly, humbly.
And seven priests shall bear before the ark seven trumpets of rams horns.
All their trumpets sounded, and drums beat, in token of this alacrity of their minds.
When the decision was known there was great rejoicing and blowing of trumpets, and the lists were illuminated with torches.
were of a great variety of forms, and were made of divers materials. Some were made of silver (Num. 10:2), and were used only by the priests in announcing the approach of festivals and in giving signals of war. Some were also made of rams' horns (Josh. 6:8). They were blown at special festivals, and to herald the arrival of special seasons (Lev. 23:24; 25:9; 1 Chr. 15:24; 2 Chr. 29:27; Ps. 81:3; 98:6). "Trumpets" are among the symbols used in the Book of Revelation (Rev. 1:10; 8:2). (See HORN.)