Definition of Siffle

1. to whistle [v SIFFLED, SIFFLING, SIFFLES] - See also: whistle



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Siffle

sievefuls
sievelike
sievert
sieverts
sieves
sievesful
sieveyer
sieving
sieze
siezed
siezes
siezing
sifac
sifaka
sifakas
siffle (current term)
siffled
siffles
siffleur
siffleurs
siffling
sifilet
sifilets
sift
siftability
siftable
sifted
sifter
sifters
sifting

Literary usage of Siffle

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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. ..."

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