to emit a hollow, loud, animal cry, as a bull or cow.
to roar; bawl:
bellowing with rage.
to utter in a loud deep voice:
He bellowed his command across the room.
an act or sound of bellowing.
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(intransitive) to make a loud deep raucous cry like that of a bull; roar
to shout (something) unrestrainedly, as in anger or pain; bawl
the characteristic noise of a bull
a loud deep sound, as of pain or anger
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a device for producing a strong current of air, consisting of a chamber that can be expanded to draw in air through a valve and contracted to expel it through a tube. anything resembling or suggesting bellows in form, as the collapsible part of a camera or enlarger. the lungs. George Wesley, 1882–1925, U.S. painter […]
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snipefish. noun another name for snipefish
Informal. bell-bottom (def 2). a hollow instrument of cast metal, typically cup-shaped with a flaring mouth, suspended from the vertex and rung by the strokes of a clapper, hammer, or the like. the stroke or sound of such an instrument: We rose at the bell. anything in the form of a bell. the large end […]
- Bells and whistles
features added to a product; special parts or functions; extras. plural noun additional features or accessories which are nonessential but very attractive: my car has all the latest bells and whistles additions, such as options or warranties, made to a financial product to increase its market appeal Nonessential elements, esp when impressive and decorative; frills: […]