the plant family Campanulaceae, characterized by chiefly herbaceous plants having simple, alternate leaves and solitary or clustered flowers with a bell-shaped, five-lobed, often blue or purple corolla, and including the harebell, Canterbury bells, and balloon flower.
noun a foundry worker who casts bells Historical Examples Ecclesiastical Curiosities Various
inclined or eager to fight; aggressively hostile; belligerent; pugnacious. Contemporary Examples Hey, Obama: Keep Out of North Korea Peter Beinart April 7, 2013 The GOP’s Steep Descent Into Extreme Politics and Doctrine Peter Beinart February 27, 2013 What The Hagel And Sequester Battles Say About The GOP Peter Beinart February 27, 2013 Do We Need […]
inclined or eager to fight; aggressively hostile; belligerent; pugnacious. Contemporary Examples When The Iran Obsession Meets The Free-Market Fetish Gershom Gorenberg September 23, 2012 Obama-Romney III: All About Projection Michael Tomasky October 21, 2012 Historical Examples The Sin of Monsieur Pettipon Richard Connell After the Rain Sam Vaknin adjective warlike; aggressive; ready to fight n. […]
having a belly, especially one of a specified kind, size, shape, condition, etc. (usually used in combination): big-bellied. swelled or puffed out: a bellied sail. the front or under part of a vertebrate body from the breastbone to the pelvis, containing the abdominal viscera; the abdomen. the stomach with its adjuncts. appetite or capacity for […]