Noun(1) the sound of an alarm (usually a bell(2) a bell used to sound an alarm
(1) They feature oscillating messages hinting at items up for bid and close with a tocsin in receding text: ├ö├ç├┐Going, Going, Gone.├ö├ç├û(2) It is built around the word that rings like a tocsin repeatedly through the piece: materialism.(3) The ringing of the tocsin , notoriously the call to insurrection since the memorable journÔö£┬«es of 1789, marked the seizure of power in the small hours of the tenth by the central committee of the sections.(4) Some, whether religious or liberal-humanist, have sounded the tocsin so loudly that many governments have enacted or revived laws which penalise the vilification of religion, especially Islam.(5) he used his resignation as a tocsin to warn of the danger of dictatorship(6) And while tocsins sounded all over Paris, the dead were carted through the Saint-Antoine district, accompanied by witnesses to the massacre shouting ├ö├ç├┐Vengeance!├ö├ç├û
1. alarm bell ::
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