a round arch resting on prominent corbels.
- Bell beaker
a bell-shaped beaker, especially one associated with the Beaker folk.
any of several birds having a loud bell-like cry, especially Anthornis melanura, a honey eater of New Zealand, and Procnias tricarunculata (three-wattled bellbird) of Central America. Historical Examples Up the Orinoco and down the Magdalena H. J. Mozans noun any of several tropical American passerine birds of the genus Procnias having a bell-like call: family […]
- Bell book
a book in which all orders affecting the main engines of a ship are recorded. Contemporary Examples Fresh Picks John Mooney April 11, 2011 Fresh Picks John Mooney April 11, 2011
Also, bell-bottomed. (of trousers) wide and flaring at the bottoms of the legs. bell-bottoms, (used with a plural verb) bell-bottom trousers.