Sound and Whistle

Sound

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Sound noun – Range of hearing.
Whistle and sound are semantically related In some cases you can use "Whistle" instead the word "Sound" as a verb or a noun.
Nearby Words: sounded, soundness, soundly, sounding, sounder
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Whistle

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Whistle noun – The sound made by something moving rapidly or by steam coming out of a small aperture.
Sound and whistle are semantically related in make sharp topic. Sometimes you can use "Sound" instead the word "Whistle" as a verb or a noun.
Nearby Words: whistled, whist, whistling, whistler
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  • Series / Shining Time Station Conductor's whistle sounded different than usual that day, so she asked both Conductors to blow their whistles, then dumped the glue on the one whose whistle made the normal sound.
  • Western Animation / Batman Beyond All Animals Are Dogs: In "Babel", the sound manipulating villain Shriek releases a high-frequency sound similar to a dog whistle all over Gotham City.
  • All Animals Are Dogs In an episode of Batman Beyond, the sound manipulating villain Shriek releases a high-frequency sound similar to a dog whistle all over Gotham City.
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