Examples of bellow in a Sentence
He bellowed at her to come over at once.
He was bellowing into the phone, giving orders to one of his employees.
The sergeant was bellowing orders.
Recent Examples of bellow from the Web
Compared to the overtly traumatic scene in which Aunt Lydia bellows at a gasping June in front of the Wall, this moment is the model of restraint — and so much more effective for it.
Elsewhere on Twitter, Donald Trump was bellowing about a witch hunt.
His laugh on three separate occasions bellowed through his office.
Local reports indicated that the sirens began bellowing at 11:40 p.m. on a Friday and didn’t relent until 1:20 a.m. the next day.
The way the trumpets bellow from the bowels of Beale Street.
Less North Korean propaganda has been bellowing across the DMZ, interrupting everyone’s sleep.
Bull screams are called bellows, and this bull’s bellow sounds a little like Chewbacca ready to throw a punch.
Dust bellowed from the cylindrical corral trap like smoke from stacks.
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BELLOW Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bellow for English Language Learners
: to shout in a deep voice
of an animal : to make a deep, loud sound
BELLOW Defined for Kids
Definition of bellow for Students
- He bellowed for them to stop.
- The bull dashed up and down the field, bellowing so hard that smoke came out of his nostrils.
- —Astrid Lindgren, Pippi Longstocking
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