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whis·tle (wĭs′əl, hwĭs′-)v. whis·tled, whis·tling, whis·tles v.intr.1. To produce a clear musical sound by forcing air through the teeth or through an aperture formed by pursing the lips.2. To produce a clear, shrill, sharp musical sound by passing air over or through an opening: The tea kettle whistled on the stove.3. a. To produce a high-pitched sound when moving swiftly through the air: The stone whistled past my head.b. To produce a high-pitched sound by the rapid movement of air through an opening or past an obstruction: Wind whistled through the cracks in the windows.4. To emit a shrill, sharp, high-pitched cry, as some birds and other animals.v.tr.1. To produce by whistling: whistle a tune.2. To summon, signal, or direct by whistling: I whistled down a cab. The referee whistled that the play was dead.3. Sports To signal a rule infraction committed by (a player).n.1. a. A small wind instrument for making whistling sounds by means of the breath.b. A device for making whistling sounds by means of forced air or steam: a factory whistle.2. A sound produced by a whistling device or by whistling through the lips.3. A whistling sound, as of an animal or projectile.Idioms: blow the whistle Slang To expose a wrongdoing in the