To produce a short high tone as an alert or a warning.
blare / bler /
To cause to sound like the blare of a trumpet; to proclaim loudly.
blow a horn / ˈbloʊ ə ˈhɔːrn /
blow / ˈbloʊ /
(Irregular preterit, past participle: blew, blown).
1. To exhale hard.
2. To sound by having air expelled through a tube.
3. To cause to move by means of an air current.
4. To cause air to go in, on, or through.
5. (Weather) To be blowing or storming.
6. To free of obstruction by blowing air through.
7. To make a sound as if blown.
8. To play or sound a wind instrument.
9. To shape by blowing.
10. To lay eggs; of certain insects.
11. To cause to be revealed and jeopardized.
12. To burst suddenly.
13. To allow to regain its breath.
14. To spout moist air from the blowhole, as of some marine mammals.
bray / breɪ /
ETYM OE brayen, French braire to bray, Old Fren. braire to cry, from Late Lat. bragire to whinny; perh. from the Celtic and akin to Eng. break; or perh. of imitative origin.
To laugh loudly and harshly.
toot / tuːt /
ETYM Old Eng. toten, AS. totian to project; hence, to peep out.
To sound a horn, usually in short bursts.
trumpet / trʌmpət /
1. To play or blow on the trumpet.
2. To proclaim on, or as if on, a trumpet