Definition of 'whistle for'
Example sentences containing 'whistle for'
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The forlorn moan of the ship's whistle for departure caused him to smile, easing his emptiness. THE OPEN DOORJim had one pretty unpleasant one from a battery farmer in his constituency - abusive, said he could whistle for his vote in the future. POLITICAL SUICIDEThe thought prompted me to turn round, whistle for Eric and head back for the hotel. TIME OF THE WOLF
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Used Rarely. whistle for is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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