Definition of "trumpet-like" [trumpet-like]

  • (adjective) resembling the sound of a trumpet

Use "trumpet-like" in a sentence

  • "The Hot Sardines play high-energy traditional jazz with a Parisian accent "Sweet Sue, Just You" actually sounds better in French, and their chief assets are vocalist Elizabeth Bougerol , pianist Evan Palazzo , and clarinetist Jay Rattman , who also plays soprano with a trumpet-like, Sidney Bechet-inspired attack."
  • "Every year, the trumpet-like blossoms grew by the barbed-wire fence that ran along the front of her farmhouse in rural Alabama and curved around to the barn."
  • "Here's a moment of non-photography blogging: 21st century computer modelling software has enabled a long-lost, trumpet-like instrument called the Lituus to be recreated - even though no one alive today has heard, played or even seen a picture of this forgotten instrument - allowing a work by Bach to be performed as the composer may have intended for the first time in nearly 300 years.: (story)"

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