a handle, cord, or strip of cloth pulled to ring a bell.
The Arrow of Gold Joseph Conrad
The Royal Life Guard Alexander Dumas (pere)
Lost Lenore Charles Beach
Elsie’s children Martha Finley
The Sleuth of St. James’s Square Melville Davisson Post
Gold Stewart White
a handle, rope, or cord pulled to operate a doorbell or servant’s bell
- Bell punch
noun a machine that issues or stamps a ticket, etc, ringing a bell as it does so Historical Examples The Shape of Fear Elia W. Peattie The Progress of Invention in the Nineteenth Century. Edward W. Byrn
- Bellini’s duct
- Bells go off
bells go off
- Bell-shaped curve
a frequency curve that resembles the outline of a bell, as the normal curve.