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Noun(1) a very loud utterance (like the sound of an animal(2) United States author (born in Canada, 1915-2005
Verb(1) shout loudly and without restraint(2) make a loud noise, as of animal
(1) he delivers his lines in a bellow(2) He tried to form a mighty bellow but only a shriek escaped his lungs.(3) I suddenly open my mouth and let forth a tremendous bellow of laughter.(4) They shouted at each other, someone called Claire was mentioned and there was many an anguished bellow .(5) That scream from the treetops is answered by another, and another, until the tropical forest shakes under a thundering bellow .(6) Up ahead, an irritated bellow echoes around the hall.(7) It had rained all weekend and I was not in the mood to haul a sodden plant into the house and bellow songs.(8) Susan was terrified, she'd bellow songs to scare away ghosts before she ventured into a dark room.(9) That's not to say musk-oxen are docile around people: Aggressive bulls will bellow at or charge humans when confronted and, on rare occasions, maim or even kill.(10) The second guard spoke, his voice a bellow in order to be heard over the murmuring crowd.(11) And a ferocious bellow of rage brought the girl back to her senses.(12) When not stopping to bellow a song, they wander into all sorts of unseemly situations.(13) Let us do what the Vikings did for their departed ones and raise giant mugs of mead and bellow songs of warrior conquests!(14) With a collective bellow of rage, the creatures advanced.(15) a bellow of rage(16) The demanding bellow of a team of oxen, coupled with the shouts of their teamster startled them in to moving again.
1. roar ::
2. holler ::
3. roar ::
4. bawl ::
Different Formsbellow, bellowed, bellowing
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