Associations to the word «Whistling»
WHISTLING, verb. Present participle of whistle
WHISTLING, noun. A shrill, breathy sound; a whistle.
WHISTLING BUOY, noun. A buoy fitted with a whistle that is blown by the action of the waves.
WHISTLING DIXIE, verb. Present participle of whistle Dixie
WHISTLING DUCK, noun. A bird of the genus Dendrocygna in the family Anatidae, the family of duck, goose and swan.
WHISTLING DUCKS, noun. Plural of whistling duck
WHISTLING FACE SYNDROME, noun. Freeman-Sheldon syndrome
WHISTLING FOR, verb. Present participle of whistle for
WHISTLING HARE, noun. The pika.
WHISTLING HARES, noun. Plural of whistling hare
WHISTLING MARMOT, noun. A hoary marmot.
WHISTLING SWAN, noun. Alternative name for the Bewick's swan
WHISTLING SWANS, noun. Plural of whistling swan
WHISTLING, noun. The sound made by something moving rapidly or by steam coming out of a small aperture.
WHISTLING, noun. The act of whistling a tune; "his cheerful whistling indicated that he enjoyed his work".
WHISTLING, noun. The act of signalling (e.g., summoning) by whistling or blowing a whistle; "the whistle signalled the end of the game".
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