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Definition of Bugler

  • One who plays on a bugle.
  • someone who plays a bugle

How to use bugler in a sentence. Bugler pronunciation.

My Pa's easy chair sat in the parlour, with a print-out of the day's _Salt Lake City Bugler_ folded on the side-table.
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As our bugler was killed, I shouted and made signals to move by the left, in order to avoid the fire of our guns, and to put as good a face upon the business as possible.
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Two large boxes of soldiers and some artillery, together with The Young Buglers, which had been among his birthday presents, cooperated with his grief in a sort of conversion, and instead of seeking adventures in person and risking his own life, he began to play imaginative games, in which he risked the lives of countless tin soldiers, marbles, stones and beans.
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Captain Turner, in answer to another question, said he received no report from the lookout before the torpedo struck the Lusitania. Ship's Bugler Livermore testified that the watertight compartments were closed, but that the explosion and the force of the water must have burst them open.
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While the bells of the ancient Verdun Cathedral were ringing the news of peace the fortress city was illuminated and a military procession headed by the drum corps of the Twenty-sixth American division swung along the crowded streets accompanied by a French detachment of buglers representing the famed defenders of Verdun.
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At that time the plan-which I have since carried out in The Young Buglers, Cornet of Horse, and In Times of Peril, and which I hope to continue, in further volumes-of giving, under the guise of historical tales, full and accurate accounts of all the leading events of great wars, had not occurred to me.
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Most of the men were already upon the spot, and the bugler was blowing lustily.
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The Zouaves lay in long scarlet rows on the grass; their officers stood leaning on their naked swords, peering ahead where the Colonel, Major, and a mounted bugler were intently watching something-the two officers using field glasses.
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The soldiers saw him smile and say something to Major Lent, saw him bare his handsome sword, saw the buglers setting the shining bugles to their lips.
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Bugles sounded persistently; he set spurs to his tired horse and rode toward the buglers, and found himself beside Colonel Arran, who, crimson in the face, was whipping his way out with dripping sabre.
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Oswald wanted to go to South Africa for a bugler, but father would not let him.
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But I suppose a bugler has to play what he is told, no matter how galling to the young boy's proud spirit.
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Threading its way down a steep hill; through a wealth of tangled grasses; past a grove of live oaks, from whose twisted and contorted limbs the gray moss hangs in long festoons, by Indian paintbrush and scarlet bugler gleaming like sparks of fire amid the green and bronze foliage, it glides at last into a somber canon.
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Colonel Anstruther, who was lying badly wounded in five places, seeing what a hopeless state affairs were in, ordered the bugler to sound the cease firing, and surrendered.
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Buglers, concealed from our view by the brush on the opposite side, sounded the "assembly," and other military calls.
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As I would be under short-range fire and in an open country, I took nobody with me, except, I believe, a bugler, who stayed some distance to the rear.
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Before leaving, however, I thought I (*44) would like to see General Lee again; so next morning I rode out beyond our lines towards his headquarters, preceded by a bugler and a staff-officer carrying a white flag.
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Colonel Harry Lee joins general Marion - Georgetown surprised - colonel Campbell made prisoner - major Irwin killed - adjutant Crookshanks miraculously saved by his sweetheart - force of female affection - American generosity contrasted with British barbarism - interesting anecdotes of Mr. Cusac, young Gales and Dinkins, colonel Lee's little bugler, John Wiley, Peter Yarnal, young M'Coy, major Brown, colonel Haynes, and lord Rawdon.
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Everybody has heard the mournful story of colonel Lee's little bugler, and how he was murdered by colonel Tarleton.
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There was the beautiful Emma Baeyer, the daughter of General Baeyer, who afterward conducted the measuring of the meridian for central Europe; pretty, lively Anna Bisting; and Gretchen Bugler, a handsome, merry girl, who afterward married Paul Heyse and died young; Clara and Agnes Mitscherlich, the daughters of the celebrated chemist, the younger of whom was especially dear to my childish heart.
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Examples of Bugler

Example #1
I walked to one wall and laid my palm against it, the familiar cool glassy stuff it was made of.
Example #2
It wasn't even dusty, and as I heard the familiar trundle of the robutler, I knew why.
Example #3
We stood under this hurricane of small shot till Halkett sent to order us in, and I brought away about a third of the light bobs; the rest were killed or wounded, and I really wonder how one of them escaped.
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I was now commander of our company.
Example #5
That fatally aristocratic tendency of the first Forsyte to drink Madeira had left his descendants undoubtedly accessible.
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He had carried her off to Broadstairs, for which place there was just then a feeling, Yarmouth having lost caste, in spite of Nicholas, and no Forsyte going to the sea without intending to have an air for his money such as would render him bilious in a week.