Definition of Siffle
1. to whistle [v SIFFLED, SIFFLING, SIFFLES] - See also: whistle
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Siffle
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Literary usage of Siffle
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Concordance to the Works of Alexander Popeby Edwin Abbott by Edwin Abbott (1875)
"18 Or when I sup, or when I tí, II f. ü, 134 To wear red stockings, and to d. with siffle Mi. iii. 4 Dare you refuse him? Curll invites to d, ..."
2. A Book of French Prosody: With Specimens of French Verse from the Twelfth by Louis Brandin (1904)
"Ouvre moi ta porte Pour l'amour de Dieu." Compare also the popular song : "siffle, siffle, gentille bergère, siffle, siffle, bien doucement, Pour un bouquet ..."
3. The Academic French Course: In Accordance with the Latest Grammatical Rules by Antoine Muzzarelli (1894)
"... the lion roars. le loup hurle, the wolf howls. . le merle siffle, ... I le serpent siffle, the serpent hisses. le taureau mugit, the bull bellows. ..."