With that she walked away whistling a tune off the top of her head.
the whistle of the boiling kettle
The city itself is a spectacle to behold, with dazzling lights, beeps and whistles , and the sound of change going ‘jingle jangle’ all night long.
The most natural way to express joy is to whistle a happy tune.
Ajet's header under pressure had put him in between the two last defenders, but referee Mr L. Williams spurned the chance to play advantage and whistled for the foul on the provider.
He stepped back amongst the sound of cheers and whistles .
And so, Peter Howard strolled back towards the lower engine compartment, cheerfully whistling under his breath.
Brian Foste's well struck shot to goalie Tom Nolan's left was greeted by cheers by the home supporters and less than a minute later the final whistle sounded.
Receiving a clearance on his own 22, he made a burst beyond halfway and then was promptly and harshly whistled for not releasing by referee Simon McDowell.
The kettle on the stove whistled sharply, interrupting her thoughts.