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Definition of "whistling" []

  • A breathing defect of horses characterized by a high-pitched sound with each intake of air (noun)
  • Present participle of whistle. (verb)

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Use "whistling" in a sentence
  • "However, I can't help but think this is what they call whistling past the graveyard."
  • ""That is what I call whistling," said he, after he had repeated the signal thrice; "and now to cover, to cover, or Whitefoot will not be shod this day.""
  • "This is what we call whistling through the graveyard."