Did you by any chance mean whistling?
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“And, it you think they would not use some type of surrogate ads to make sure Obama did not run well in the South, your're just 'whistlin' Dixie.”
“It was the first music she had ever heard, "except whistlin '," but there had been a great deal of "whistlin '" about the cabin up Lone River; whistling of robins in spring -- nothing sweeter -- the chordlike whistlings of thrush and vireo after sunset, that bubbling "mar-guer-ite" with which the blackbirds woo, and the light diminuendo with which the bluebird caressed the air after an April flight.”
“It were a pesky wind that kep 'a-cuffin' me an 'whistlin' in the briers on my face an 'crackin' my coat-tails.”
“Along she came, draggin 'hard on her brakes an' whistlin '.”
“` Well, your honour, he thried to keep himself quite an 'asy, an' he thought two or three times he might have wint asleep, but for the way the storm was groanin 'and creakin' through the great heavy branches outside, an 'whistlin' through the ould chimleys iv the castle.”
“Ye har 'that ar' whistlin '," said a white man; "tell ye thar an't any too much water in her bilers when ye har that.”
“I'n been wi 'you twenty year, an' you can't get twenty year wi 'whistlin' for 'em, no more nor you can make the trees grow: you mun wait till God”
“Well, your honour, he thried to keep himself quite an' asy, an 'he thought two or three times he might have wint asleep, but for the way the storm was groanin' and creakin 'through the great heavy branches outside, an' whistlin 'through the ould chimleys iv the castle.”
“and a mercy we wasn't all insinuated in our beds, one window-pane broken and the gas a blue an 'whistlin' streak with the curtains blowin 'into it an' a strange cat on to that satin dozy-do; the proof being the repugnant perfume.”
“He can ketch more fish than any other two men in the place -- allers seemed to kind o 'hev a knack o' whistlin ''em right into the boat.”
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