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  • n. Plural form of bugler.

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Examples

  • These modified upper canine teeth, often called buglers, are prized.

    grouse Diary Entry

  • Chiefly I remember the horsy smells, the quavering bugle-calls (all our buglers were amateursI first learned the Spanish bugle-calls by listening to them outside the Fascist lines), the tramp-tramp of hobnailed boots in the barrack yard, the long morning parades in the wintry sunshine, the wild games of football, fifty a side, in the gravelled riding-school.

    Homage to Catalonia

  • It is this word: “illegals” you know like muggers, car jackers, buglers, bank robbers, identity thieves, I have no problem depriving them of their means of subsistence.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » The Solicitor General Lays an Egg

  • Also on Saturday, a giant "kiss-in" will take place in Times Square with 6,000 buglers playing "Taps", according to Reuters.

    W Hotels' WWII Kiss Reenactment Contest (PHOTOS)

  • LYNN NEARY, host: At the age of 92, World War II veteran Albert Madden of Hyannis, Massachusetts, is one of the oldest buglers to play "Taps" at Arlington National Cemetery.

    Bugler, 92, Still Answers Call For Taps

  • His men were squadron buglers and concert musicians who had gathered about a small campfire to practice pieces for a company concert.

    In The Shadow of The Cypress

  • Bugles at the Gates of Jalalabad by Stephen Jeffreys focuses on four British buglers in January of 1842 as they watch for any survivors of the famous massacre of Elphinstone's army.

    George Heymont: Meanwhile, Back in Afghanistan...

  • It is this word: “illegals” you know like muggers, car jackers, buglers, bank robbers, identity thieves, I have no problem depriving them of their means of subsistence.vinnieQuote

    The Volokh Conspiracy » The Solicitor General Lays an Egg

  • The Indian bugler was every bit as good as the white buglers, and each time he blew the soldiers would erupt into laughter, in spite of themselves.

    EMPIRE OF THE SUMMER MOON

  • They listened, some tearfully, to buglers from the armies of Britain and France, and watched respectfully as Agent Rose was finally carried off to be cremated at a private ceremony.

    Life, Death Of WWII Spy Transfixes British Public

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