- simple past tense and past participle of bugle
(comparative more bugled, superlative most bugled)
- Ornamented with bugles.
Variant of bugle
a brass instrument like a trumpet but smaller, and usually without keys or valves: used chiefly for military calls and signals
Origin of bugleMiddle English wild ox, drinking horn, hunting horn ; from Old French ; from Classical Latin buculus, heifer, young ox, diminutive of bos, ox, cow