Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of sounding a trumpet, of emitting a trumpet-like sound, or of publishing by or as by sounding a trumpet.
- n. In coalmining, a division made in a shaft for ventilation or other purposes. What is generally called
trumpetingis a compartment or passageway built vertically along one corner of the shaft by an arched brattice of brick.
- n. action of the verb to trumpet; playing a trumpet
- n. mining A channel cut behind the brick lining of a shaft.
- v. present participle of trumpet.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. (Mining) A channel cut behind the brick lining of a shaft.
“We perceive [the option to sell the plants to EDF] primarily as a backstop liquidity facility," Shattuck told industry analysts in trumpeting his exciting new partnership with the French firm.”
“What bothers me about the “newspapers are dead” debate is the apparent glee so many people take in trumpeting that belief.”
“I don't know if it's the obvious oldness of the thing labeled "all new," or if it's the idea that putting books on a wheeled cart was ever exciting enough to warrant a painted label trumpeting it's newness and mobility.”
“On January 20, 2011, Google began its quarterly earnings call trumpeting yet another record high in revenue—$8 billion for the quarter, making the 2010 total almost $30 billion by announcing that in April Eric Schmidt would step down as CEO.”
“So bookstores are packed with titles trumpeting old-fashioned cookery, some written from the heart and others from the dictionary of generic sentiment.”
“The WSJ reports something, the Obama campaign denies it, and you claim it's Obama "trumpeting" it.”
“Slate magazine has compiled a couple of new stories, including a hilarious faux-supportive piece 'trumpeting' ID, written by Dahlia Lithwick:”
“At the same time, Verizon charged, Cablevision has been "trumpeting" that the company "is the only HD source for four of the nine professional sports teams in the New York City metro area.”
“Glossy advertisements, "trumpeting" firm accomplishments, which have "little bearing on (the) opinion of a firm";”
“The figure, to us no doubt obscure, conveyed to the Hawaiian the idea of trumpeting the name and making it famous.] [Footnote 366: _E kuli-pe'e nui ai-ahua_.”
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