Bell synonyms

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Device for signaling audibly
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A rimmed metal disk that produces a loud, sonorous tone when struck with a padded mallet.
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An electronic device producing a similar sound as a signal or warning:
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One who, or that which, buzzes; an insect that buzzes.
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Alternative form of ding dong (sound made by a bell)
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(Uncountable, games) A game of marbles where players attempt to knock each other's marbles out of a ring drawn on the ground.
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Toll is defined as the charge for using a specific road or for making a telephone call, or it refers to the total loss or damage caused by an event.
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The definition of buzz is a low and continuous humming sound, or is a quiet murmur of voices.
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An apparatus for striking a bell or set of bells to produce a musical sound.
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A technique used in the study of wild birds, by attaching a small, individually numbered, metal or plastic tag to their legs or wings.
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A device for rapidly consuming beer, usually consisting of a funnel or reservoir of beer and a length of tubing.
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(Informal) A small dent
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A device that is used to warn of danger by means of a sound or signal:
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(Geography) A long narrow inlet, or a strait between the mainland and an island; also, a strait connecting two seas, or connecting a sea or lake with the ocean.
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A very loud utterance or other sound.
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(Figuratively) A blooming period or stage of development; something lovely that gives rich promise.
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A telephone communication or connection.
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The moving part inside a bell, that strikes the side of the bell; tongue
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The act or an instance of sounding a bell.
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A loud prolonged noise, such as that produced by waves.
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A button that actives an electric doorbell.
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United States inventor (born in Scotland) of the telephone (1847-1922)
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United States inventor (born in Scotland) of the telephone (1847-1922)
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English painter; sister of Virginia Woolf; prominent member of the Bloomsbury Group (1879-1961)
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a phonetician and father of Alexander Graham Bell (1819-1905)
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a phonetician and father of Alexander Graham Bell (1819-1905)
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the shape of a bell
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the shape of a bell
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(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.
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A bell hung from a cow's neck to clank when she moves and thus indicate where she is
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Something that incites action:
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An organ stop producing a carillonlike sound
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The bell rung to announce the time for this prayer
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A small, tinkling bell.
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The sound made by bells as they peal.
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An alarm or other signal sounded by a bell or bells, especially with reference to France.
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The ringing or sounding of bells.
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An omen of death, failure, etc.
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(UK, informal) A telephone call.
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In the shape of a bell.
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Shaped like a bell:
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Describing a ringing or sounding of bells.
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(Architecture) A part of a large tower or steeple, specifically for containing bells.
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A bell tower (now especially when freestanding), often associated with a church or other public building, especially in Italy.
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The art or study of bell casting and ringing.
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A bell (often more than one) belonging to a church, usually housed in a tower or steeple, customarily rung before church services or for other occasions such as weddings.
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The petals of a flower considered as a group or unit and usually of a color other than green; the inner whorl of the perianth.
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(Informal) Anything that is annoyingly difficult, awkward or graceless.
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A regulation or rule requiring certain or all people to leave the streets or be at home at a prescribed hour.
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An expanding or opening outward.
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A loud sound, or a succession of loud sounds, as of bells, thunder, cannon, shouts, laughter, of a multitude, etc.
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(Music) A gradual increase in volume (crescendo), usually followed by a gradual decrease (decrescendo)
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The act by which a bell is tolled.
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Family of British novelists and poets, including Charlotte (1816–1855), Emily (1818–1848), and Anne (1820–1849). In 1846 their first publication was issued, a volume of poetry entitled Poems by Currer, Ellis, and Acton Bell. In 1847 Charlotte published Jane Eyre; Emily, Wuthering Heights; and Anne, Agnes Gray. Charlotte published Shirley in 1849 and Villette in 1853.
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English painter; sister of Virginia Woolf; prominent member of the Bloomsbury Group (1879-1961)
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Any musical instrument which produces sound primarily by causing a body of air to vibrate, without the use of strings or membranes, and without the vibration of the instrument itself adding considerably to the sound.
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Find another word for bell. In this page you can discover 61 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for bell, like: chime(s), gong, siren, buzzer, ding-dong, ringer, toll, buzz, chime, ringing and bong.