As a verb bugle
As a noun warison is
) wealth, possessions; a treasure (literal or figurative).
From (etyl), from (etyl), from (etyl) .
A horn used by hunters.
(music) a simple brass instrument consisting of a horn with no valves, playing only pitches in its harmonic series
An often-cultivated plant in the family Lamiaceae.
Anything shaped like a bugle, round or conical and having a bell on one end.
* (shaped like a bugle) cone, funnel
* musical instrument
To announce, sing, or cry in the manner of a musical bugle
a tubular glass or plastic bead sewn onto clothes as a decorative trim
* 1925 , , Random House, London:2007, p. 207.
- With the exception of a woman in a black silk dress with bugles who, incredible as it may seem, had ordered cocoa and sparkling limado simultaneously and was washing down a meal of Cambridge sausages and pastry with alternate draughts of both liquids, the place was empty.
- Bugle eyeballs.
(label) Wealth, possessions; a treasure (literal or figurative).
(label) A reward, recompense.
*:whanne sire Tristram was in the see / he said / Grete wel kyng Marke and all myn enemyes / and saye hem I wille come ageyne whan I maye / And wel am I rewarded for the fyghtynge with sire Marhausmany other dedes haue I done for hym / and now haue I my waryson
A war cry played to order the soldiers to attack (normally played on a bugle).