Next we'll learn that Armstrong never walked on the moon and couldn't play the trumpet.
He still has nine more months in office and will use them to trumpet his antiwar positions and his passion for the working man.
Stepping outside the party system liberates a candidate from having to trumpet tiresome ideological orthodoxies.
Some sound concrete clarion calls, some are like string quartets, some trumpet brazen marches, and some squeal in sheer discord.
Fitzpatrick says that “blowing the trumpet” about Judgment Day cost him a sum in the low six figures—his life savings.
The prisons were thrown open at the first sound of the victor's trumpet, and the captives implored to intercede for their jailers.
The preacher's voice rose until it sounded like a trumpet blast.
One morning, in that neer-to-be-forgotten spring, the trumpet voice of war through all our streets rang out the call to arms.
Ere Almamen could reply, a trumpet sounded clear and loud at the gate.
When it was finished, the blast of a trumpet was heard, and the champions rushed onward.