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Things trumpet often describes (“trumpet ________”)
major, calls, call, flower, creeper, blasts, blast, flowers, tones, voice, fish, playing, player, notes, sounds, tongued, tone, note, tongue, lowing, vine, shells, vines, shape, tree, metal, players, history, pattern, sound, fashion, tongues, making, peals, mouths, warning, tongu'd, trees, blows, sounding, drum, angels, shell, shaped, leaf, piano, animalcule, mouth, majors, bird, acts, ejaculations, tune, music, blowers, visions, throats, clang, rats, narcissuses, bellowings, fishes, sling, signals, feet, lady, vision, makers, tube, scallops, seed, blow, trombone, honeysuckle, creepers, weed, spirals, marine, blowings, cheeks, angel

How trumpet often is described (“________ trumpet”)
last, seventh, own, speaking, first, great, sixth, second, muted, long, loud, fifth, golden, third, brazen, shrill, fourth, natural, wooden, straight, shell, gospel, distant, yellow, sacred, big, final, mighty, uncertain, blown, roman, flat, principal, double, huge, martial, tiny, gothic, sudden, nasal, horn, keyed, curved, ear, blow, baroque, marine, lead, solitary, warlike, hideous, cracked, terrible, shaped, heavenly, orchestral, enormous, sounding, hexagonal, dreadful, hoarse, battered, crooked, lonely, italian, luminous, imaginary, vain, blaring, holy, fashioned

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See trumpet used in context: 28 rhymes, 49 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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