The bugle is a brass instrument used for marching purposes. They have been used in the military, bands, and drum corps. The standard bugle has no valves, but looks like a trumpet, and can only play certain intervals.

There are other types of bugles: Soprano, Alto, Mellophone, French horn, Baritone, Euphonium, and Contrabass. All the above instruments have been marched in Drum and Bugle Corps.
Did you see that bugle? It had one valve and one rotor!
by G Bass March 14, 2006
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also "bugel"

I'll buy some bugle off you for £40
by KORG May 10, 2004
a slang term for the use of cocaine
do you want to get bang on the bugle tonight
by joe lad April 14, 2008
Bugles are cone shaped crunchy snacks often sold in vending machines. Hunched over bitches like to eat them after sex.
After sex, hunched over bitch's cat ( Bojangles) licks up all the Bugles crumbs.
by annamal83 September 10, 2013
An object, person or place which is amazing, beautiful or generally has outstanding quality.

Rio is an absolute bugle of a city.
Alice is a little bugle.
by Henrick Herring August 05, 2006
Slang term for an uncircumsized penis because of the simmilarity to the popular chip-like snack known as "Bugles".
Hey, I just heard that Jeff has a bugle. I have to see it for myself.
by Jack Glasgow March 08, 2008
Introduced to the English language as "beaugal", in 1634. Sir Frederick von Stuperheimer, a half German, half British Buddhist, had it officially altered to "bugle" because Parliament took pity on the man since he was legally retarded and presented his "case" to them; it was a soggy notebook filled with moldy cheese and worms.

If it wasn't, perhaps, for Sir Frederick, we'd still be saying beaugal to this very day. Pay homage to this master of the illiterary arts at his grave in the Upper West Side of Manhattan.
The bugle is a instrument, I think.

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