Meaning: a brass instrument without valves; used for military calls and fanfares
meaning of the word
Meaning: play on a bugle
Anyway, I'll get my bugle.
"I'll carry the bugle," said Ginger, "'cause I'm squire."
Go an' blow the bugle at the front door, then they'll know something's happened," he added simply.
Then at the open French window appeared a small boy holding a bugle, purple-faced with the effort of his performance.
William's bugle had just returned to public life after one of its periodic terms of retirement into his father's keeping.
In their fear, silence fell upon them, and a postillion, in the guise of a demon, passed in front of them, blowing, in lieu of a bugle, a huge hollow horn that gave out a horrible hoarse note.
William took his bugle proudly in one hand and his pistol (the glorious result of a dip in the bran tub at a school party) in the other, and, sternly denying themselves the pleasures of afternoon school, off the two set upon the road of romance and adventure.