Definition of Buglers

1. Noun. (plural of bugler) ¹



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Definition of Buglers

1. bugler [n] - See also: bugler

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Buglers

bugginess
bugginesses
bugging
bugging out
buggings
buggins
buggy
buggy whip
bughouse
bughouse chess
bughouses
bugle
bugle call
bugled
bugler
buglers (current term)
bugles
bugless
buglet
buglets
bugleweed
bugleweeds
buglike
bugling
bugloss
buglosses
bugmail
bugologist
bugology
bugong

Literary usage of Buglers

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1. Jacques Bonhomme, John Bull on the Continent, From My Letter-box by Max O'Rell (1901)
"Drummers and buglers.—The Band.—Character of the Instrumentalists.—Variations on “William ‘Fell.”— The Colonel.—Typical Officers—The Utility of the German ..."

2. The Rebellion in India: How to Prevent Another by John Bruce Norton (1857)
"... —the drummers, buglers, and fifers of our army. From their knowledge of Native habits and language ..."

3. Proceedings of the United States Naval Institute by United States Naval Institute (1891)
"The buglers, having marched three paces beyond the buglers or field music of the old guard, change direction to the right, and, followed by the guard, ..."

4. Around the World with Uncle Sam: Or, Six Years in the United States Army by Herbert Ornando Kohr (1907)
"... ditches along the side of the road, in which the water looked clear and sparkling, but contained a large amount of al- A GROUP OF ARMY buglers. kali. ..."

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