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- v. Present participle of bellow.
- n. The sound produced when someone or something bellows
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a very loud utterance (like the sound of an animal)
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In the near future we may finally get that movie featuring a beer-quaffing Van Rjin bellowing Falkayn, Adzel, and Chee Lan to another adventure aboard the Muddlin 'Through.
Would you call the bellowing disruptors Unamerican?
Hype is already at fever pitch over Terminator Salvation, having been drummed up by a fairly impressive trailer and that tape of the angriest man in all the word bellowing “AH DA DA DA DA!” at a subordinate.
Helm's stage persona has been described as a "bellowing madman", a phrase he reluctantly accepts.
Inspiron Mini 9, it's labeled with an Inspiron Z530 title bellowing a 12-inch display.
While the Dell laptop shown is the £299 Inspiron Mini 9, it's labeled with an Inspiron Z530 title bellowing a 12-inch display.
Editor's update: I just got an obnoxious phone call from Dan McLaughlin Sen. Nelson's office who has a propensity for yelling - actually the better term is "bellowing" - at the top of his lungs into his speakerphone.
Why wasn’t John McCain bellowing hysterically about this?
“Learned it from the Sioux,” Timothy said, and suddenly began singing it in English, bellowing it as before, but at least making sense now.
What we called "bellowing" made us laugh, but he pleased our Soviet comrades.
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