Noun(1) a deep prolonged sound (as of thunder or large bells
Verb(1) ring recurrently(2) sound loudly and sonorously
(1) It has been four-years since members of St James's Church tower ringers have played a full peal of 12 bells.(2) The bell rings its monotonous peal of imprisonment, mocking us for being forced to follow its commands.(3) The bell rings a harsh peal and the girls stop in their tracks.(4) Late one Friday night a note was slipped through his door warning him there would be a non-stop peal of bells for three hours from 10 am the next morning and suggesting he went out.(5) 27m high and octagonal in plan, the tower contains a full peal of eight bells on its third floor.(6) The bells of the world's only glass and steel belltower will peal for the longest time ever to celebrate the life of a cancer victim.(7) The enemy, hearing the sudden peal , concluded that the Austrian army had arrived during the night to defend the town.(8) A flag of St George will fly from the church tower and it is hoped that the ribbon-cutting will be marked by a peal of bells from St George's church tower.(9) The Anglican Cathedral has the longest nave, largest organ and heaviest and highest peal of bells in the world.(10) For the last 107 years, the passing of every quarter of an hour has been marked by a peal of bells at a South Yorkshire church.(11) Yesterday, the celebrations continued with a Jubilee service at St Peter's Church, in Malton, which was followed by a peal of the bells in honour of the Queen's 50th year on the Throne.(12) And will continue to be so as long as the peal of wedding bells drowns out everything else.(13) In England, the sound of the organ, choirboys and a peal of bells instantly springs to mind.(14) The bell that will peal at the end of Sunday's ceremony was salvaged from the ship and usually sits in the foyer of Forum North.(15) Her grandma was very devout and the peal of bells was a familiar sound to her in the mornings.(16) To celebrate the centenary of the dedication the guild performed a full peal .
(1) peal of bells :: klokkespillet
1. chime ::
2. shriek ::
3. rumble ::
6. rumble ::
7. ring ::
Different Formspeal, pealed, pealing, peals
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