Noun(1) the sound of (the chanter of
Verb(1) make a shrill, wailing sound(2) play the bagpipes
(1) The water is still, yachts bob gently at anchor, and sea-gulls skirl through the sky.(2) And the stuttering, pseudo-Latino skirl of One More Tequila is entirely the wrong choice to close such an otherwise harmless record.(3) Not a car horn or police siren could be heard amid the skirl of the pipes of the annual Tartan Day celebrations.(4) But there should be more to it than the skirl of the bagpipe and the swirl of the plaid.(5) At that moment, from the field the fox has just left, there's the skirl of a hunting horn.(6) we heard a skirl of the pipes(7) While the skirl of bagpipes gets his blood pumping, it is nothing compared to the roar of a football crowd.(8) Charlie Kennedy needs to give his pipes a skirl and lead the charge.(9) Instead, with the skirl of the bagpipes and a thumping bass beat, on comes Flower of Scotland and we sing along as lustily as if we are at Murrayfield.(10) Before the workers walked through the factory gates to the skirl of pipes, they were addressed by union officials.(11) It was a great result and I gave a special skirl on the pipes.(12) At midnight he led all of us up and down the A64 to the skirl of the pipes, a memorable experience.(13) The skirl of the bagpipes provided a stirring backdrop, and his skin tingled with excitement.(14) There's something about the skirl of a hundred pipers at sunset.(15) The melancholy skirl of the bagpipes echoing down a misty glen made my spine tingle with a strong sense of déjà-vu.(16) And inspired once more, the great king strides forth to meet his destiny… Cue glorious sunset and skirl of bagpipes.
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