The sound a whistle makes is often described as "whoo" or "wee" depending on the pitch and intensity of the sound.
*whistle* like that
That is the correct spelling of "whistle" (a sound or a noisemaker, or to make sound or music with the lips).
it has a less of a room to vibrate so you get a high pitch, and when you have more of a room to vibrate, then you get a lower pitch!
It has a short vowel sound.
It can be, meaning either a sound or a device for producing it. It is also a verb meaning to make a whistling sound.
We all heard a whistle before, but when you are writing something and you want to type or write a whistle sound, it gets you thinking. If I were writing it i would put, WHEWWW, or, PHEWWWWWW. NO A whistle sound makes the sound Whistle
The reason for a ball inside a whistle is that it produces a 'warbling' sound that makes the whistle's sound more attention getting
Both makes sound.
well the sound that it makes is kind like a crying sound, or mostly like a whistle!
It's called a train whistle.
the higher one
A sort of a rush, a whistle, a swissle i suppose ;)
The Dik-Dik is a small antelope that makes a sound similar to a whistle.
When a policeman blows a whistle, it makes a shrill, high pitched sound. The whistle was a policeman's first method of communication to other policemen before the radio was invented.
You write sizzle.