The grocer had a faint recollection of his boyhood's days, when he had been a tolerably efficient performer on a penny whistle.
Why, for instance, should the pipe be called a penny whistle?
Taffy was an earnest though indifferent performer on the penny whistle.
One felt as if the grand organ stops had produced the effect of a penny whistle.
You should hear Lloyd on the penny whistle and me on the piano!
His friend Charley, who introduced him to the columns of the penny whistle, was the first who opened his eyes to the knavery.
My conclusions are based on experiments on the penny whistle temporarily converted into an instrument for one hand.
A stage child does not get up at five o'clock in the morning to practice playing on a penny whistle.
It makes you think of Gabriel bringing on the Day of Judgment by tootling on a penny whistle.
Do let him be—sleeping so woebegone with his mouth so, and that chin of a baby, like as if he dreamed of a penny whistle.