[ US /ˈtɹəmpət/ ]
[ UK /tɹˈʌmpɪt/ ]
  1. proclaim on, or as if on, a trumpet
    Liberals like to trumpet their opposition to the death penalty
  2. play or blow on the trumpet
  3. utter in trumpet-like sounds
    Elephants are trumpeting
  1. a brass musical instrument with a brilliant tone; has a narrow tube and a flared bell and is played by means of valves
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How To Use trumpet In A Sentence

  • This close-up view of what had been trumpeted as the greatest army on earth provided facts which took time to absorb. KARA KUSH
  • A six-time Grammy nominee (talk about frustration), Elling has released six albums of audacious vocalese that trumpet his daring range and intellectualism.
  • Moray eels, garfish and trumpetfish were roaming and snapping at a plethora of potential prey.
  • And that was all my poor cousin got by making his old mistress his new wife — not a drum, not a trumpet, not a fife, not a tabret, nor the expectation of a new joy, to animate him on! Clarissa Harlowe
  • Rubiochico,) "which was fast swamping the sparkling stars, like a bright river flowing over diamonds, when the old gander again set up his gabblement and trumpeted more loudly than before. Tom Cringle's Log
  • Just as trumpeters wore distinctive uniforms, so too they rode distinctive horses, usually greys, to aid recognition.
  • Maybe I should bring along my trumpet to liven things up! The Sun
  • Holding the chain railing, we followed our leader and had up-close encounters with yellow tails, sergeant majors, blue tang, trumpet fish, and other reef dwellers.
  • Then trumpeters played a fanfare, fireworks boomed and crackled across the sky and children from schools on either side of the river waved flags and exchanged huge greetings cards to commemorate new links between their communities.
  • The escalade was to be attempted by a band of ten; five of the trumpeters and buglemen were selected and four centurions, the Ligurian was to be their guide. A History of Rome During the Later Republic and Early Principate
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