Verb (used without object) : This teakettle whistles when it boils. From Dictionary.com.
Verb (used with object) : to whistle a tune. ,He whistled his dog over. From Dictionary.com.
Noun : a prolonged whistle of astonishment. From Dictionary.com.
At their best, The White Stripes' music was visceral, witty and milkman-whistleable all at the same time. From Wordnik.com. [The White Stripes: Detroit's rock heroes remembered] Reference
Dvorak's Quartet in G, Op. 106, doesn't get the air time his earlier quartets do, maybe because it doesn't leave you with a head full of whistleable tunes. From Wordnik.com. ['How Sweet the Sound' gospel competition; Calder Quartet; Left Bank Quartet] Reference
The opening "Europe Endless" (originally intended as the album's title too), features slightly more melodic singing than on previous albums, but more noticeably a synth melody which is captivating to the extent of almost being whistleable. From Wordnik.com. [Latest reviews @ Progarchives.com, the ultimate progressive rock music website] Reference
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