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trum·pet·er / ˈtrəmpitər/ • n. 1. a person who plays a trumpet. 2. a large gregarious ground-dwelling bird (genus Psophia, family Psophiidae) of tropical South American forests, with mainly black plumage and loud trumpeting and booming calls. 3. a pigeon of a domestic breed that makes a trumpetlike sound. 4. an edible marine fish (family Latridae) with a spiny dorsal fin, found chiefly in cool Australasian waters and said to make a grunting or trumpeting sound when taken out of the water.

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