Bell moth

any moth of the family Tortricidae, which when at rest resemble the shape of a bell

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    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 of a funnel, or […]

  • Bell pull

    a handle, cord, or strip of cloth pulled to ring a bell. Historical Examples 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 noun a handle, rope, or cord pulled to […]

  • 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

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