Definition of 'whistle for'
Example sentences containing 'whistle for'
THE OPEN DOOR
Jim had one pretty unpleasant one from a battery farmer in his constituency - abusive, said he could whistle for his vote in the future.POLITICAL SUICIDE TIME OF THE WOLF
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