bell

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  • On each side of the top stage is a three-light bell opening.
  • On each side of the top stage is a two-light bell opening.
  • There is a two-light bell opening on each side of the top stage.
  • The top stage contains a two-light bell opening in each face.
  • The upper stage contains a two-light bell opening on each side.
  • At last, however, he heard the engine room bell sound for reduced speed. Cited from The Submarine Boys and the Middies, by Victor G. Durham
  • The church also has a free-standing bell tower on the south side of the main building.
  • An hour later a sharp ring came at the street door bell. Cited from An Ambitious Man, by Ella Wheeler Wilcox
  • On each side of the top stage is a flat-headed three-light bell opening.
  • That was just before the ten o'clock bell began to ring. Cited from The Little Minister, by J.M. Barrie
  • Just across the street stands another three-story bell tower of particular architectural interest.
  • The ten o'clock bell is going to ring in two minutes. Cited from Daddy-Long-Legs by Jean Webster
  • The free-standing bell tower was used as a watch tower.
  • Common practice allows to instead call the first of the bells rather than the last.
  • We all break up early; the ten o'clock bell is usually the signal. Cited from Chateau and Country Life in France, by Mary King Waddington
  • On the southeast corner is an engaged square two-stage bell tower.
  • Bell's television services as a whole are now simply called Bell TV.
  • At this moment there was a loud ring at the street-door bell. Cited from What Will He Do With It, Lytton, Book 8
  • There are seven bells, one for each note of the musical major scale.
  • The top stage contains a louvred two-light bell opening on each side.
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Meaning of bell

  • noun A hollow device made of metal that makes a ringing sound when struck
  • noun The sound of a bell being struck
    saved by the bell, she heard the distant toll of church bells
  • noun (nautical) each of the eight half-hour units of nautical time signaled by strokes of a ship's bell; eight bells signals 4:00, 8:00, or 12:00 o'clock, either a.m. or p.m.
  • noun The shape of a bell
  • noun A phonetician and father of alexander graham bell (1819-1905)
  • noun English painter; sister of virginia woolf; prominent member of the bloomsbury group (1879-1961)
  • noun United states inventor (born in scotland) of the telephone (1847-1922)
  • noun The flared opening of a tubular device
  • verb Attach a bell to
    bell cows