Bugled Bu"gled, a. Ornamented with bugles. [1913 Webster]

The Collaborative International Dictionary of English. 2000.

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  • bugled — bu·gle || bjuːgl n. brass wind instrument (especially used for sounding military signals) v. play the bugle (brass instrument) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • bugled — bulged …   Anagrams dictionary

  • bugled — …   Useful english dictionary

  • bulged — bugled …   Anagrams dictionary

  • bugle — bugle1 bugler, n. /byooh geuhl/, n., v., bugled, bugling. n. 1. a brass wind instrument resembling a cornet and sometimes having keys or valves, used typically for sounding military signals. v.i. 2. to sound a bugle. 3. (of bull elks) to utter a… …   Universalium

  • bugle — bugle1 [byo͞o′gəl] n. [ME, wild ox, drinking horn, hunting horn < OFr < L buculus, heifer, young ox, dim. of bos, ox, COW1] a brass instrument like a trumpet but smaller, and usually without keys or valves: used chiefly for military calls… …   English World dictionary

  • bugle — I. noun Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French, from Late Latin bugula Date: 13th century any of a genus (Ajuga) of plants of the mint family; especially a European annual (A. reptans) that has spikes of blue flowers and is naturalized in… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • bugle — I. /ˈbjugəl / (say byoohguhl) noun 1. a cornet like military wind instrument, usually metal, used for sounding signals and sometimes fitted with keys or valves. 2. Colloquial the nose. –verb (i) (bugled, bugling) 3. to sound a bugle. 4. to make a …   Australian English dictionary

  • bu|gled — «BYOO guhld», adjective. decorated with bugles: »a bugled dress …   Useful english dictionary

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