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The whistle blows, and you're under way - behind the nostalgic chuffing of steam power.
It was almost exactly like the chuffing of a steam locomotive the sound of which he knew from watching movies.
This "chuffing" is essential polar bear communication and across the snow I spy the reason for her concern.
He heard a chuffing, loud as doom.
He closed the switch that would open the steam engine's governors and the faint chuffing of it in the drive room became a fast pounding.
From out on the water came a faint chuffing, and between the masts a dull gleam of red-lit smoke.
Scootie made a weird chuffing, wheezing sound.
Mixed up with all the chuffing and whining were brief low growls as he caught some scent that he didn't like.
There was a chuffing of a little bellows and the shrill cry of a wheel on which knives were sharpened.
Muffled away in the prairie lands, the chuffing of an engine, the slow-slow-following dragon-glide of a train.
A shrill whistle from the platform, and a distant asthmatic chuffing, followed by a jerk as the newly coupled locomotive began to pull.
The engine's chuffing is rendered as the Rhine Maidens' trumpet cry, "Wagalaweia!"
Ahead of us blazed the open door of the tug's firebox, an angry guiding star in the blackness with the insistent, relentless chuffing of its engine.
A deep chuffing, the hollow sound steam made when exhausted into the stack of a light ship, and the soft continual surf noise of a bow wave curving away from the prow, just on the edge of hearing.
A plume of white smoke above the trees and the distinct chuffing of an engine in the distance alerted her to the arrival of that odd abbreviated engine and carriage that Jason used for his own excursions.
Merriman swung the door shut with a solid crash; they heard the clang of the signal again as its arm went down, and then the locomotive began to stir, a slow heavy chuffing rising in speed and sound, with the dunes slipping past outside, faster and faster, swaying, rocking, clickety-clacking, the wheels beginning to sing.