- v. Simple past tense and past participle of bellow.
“In July this year, Time magazine published on its cover page the photo of an Afghan woman whose nose was cut off; the title bellowed: 'What happens if we leave Afghanistan.”
“For a while, I thought my historic rally experience was going to consist entirely of hearing that phrase bellowed over and over by a park police officer.”
“The stag bellowed again and turned and ran to the woods.”
“The good doctor coloured up with pleasure to hear his boy's name bellowed forth approvingly by a thousand excited lungs.”
“He’s just about to say something in reply when his name is bellowed from a carload of guests pulling up into the space next to us and a small army of women in pastel suits clamber out and start mobbing him.”
“Even when the cowardly lad "bellowed" (as his school-fellows called his usual mode of crying) so that nothing else could be heard,”
“Haw! haw!" bellowed "Bluey," "so that's the feller that done Parker out of his job!”
“Welcome back president, bellowed the commercial's voiceover.”
“Crowds bellowed "pigs" and "murderers," and clapped in sarcasm at passing convoys of motorcyclists in uniform.”
“As for Christian, he could not bear to be bellowed at and humiliated, making him an unlikely candidate for a successful naval career in any case; but when he put out to sea with Bligh, the voyage had all the makings of a high-seas human-resources fiasco.”
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