verb (used without object), bu·gled, bu·gling.
verb (used with object), bu·gled, bu·gling.
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Origin of bugle1
OTHER WORDS FROM buglebugler, noun
Definition for bugle (2 of 3)
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Definition for bugle (3 of 3)
Origin of bugle3
Example sentences from the Web for bugle
A $3 pouch of Bugler ends up retailing inside for about $600—a 20,000% markup.With Cigarettes Banned In Most Prisons, Gangs Shift From Drugs To Smokes|Seth Ferranti|June 2, 2013|DAILY BEAST
A step or two behind came Lieutenant Salkeld with a firing party and a bugler.Barclay of the Guides|Herbert Strang
If he had not been prudent before, he was so now, for the bugler immediately sounded the recall.In The Saddle|Oliver Optic
The commander speaks to his bugler, who claps his instrument to his lips.
A village containing one pioneer, one drummer (or bugler) and a quarter-master-sergeant, will be considered fully garrisoned.Mr. Punch on the Warpath|Various
But the devil a drummer, drum, bugler, or bugle was forthcoming.