- v. present participle of peal.
- n. a deep prolonged sound (as of thunder or large bells)
“As I did so I was astonished to hear the strains of Uncle David's organ still pealing from the opposite side of the way.”
“Standout singers included Lauren Snouffer, whose pealing high soprano brought pathos to Ruth, the dancer who is giving up on New York, and tenor Andrew Stenson as Jimmy, the enthusiastic first-time theater-goer.”
“The sound of chakpus echoes like a pealing bell throughout the room.”
“I murmured, glancing down at my watch, as if it might contradict the pealing bells.”
“For me my favourite part was pealing away the layers of Boss's personality.”
“Meanwhile, the pealing phone and messages, ignored by Brandon, signal Sissy's desperate need to reach him.”
“The pointless and largely random nature of the worst crime in the county's history has left little appetite for more on the day than silent community tributes to the dead followed by church bells pealing out to assert that life goes on.”
“If you see drying, cracking, pealing or roughness anywhere, you need to act.”
“I could see the walled monastery where chimes were now pealing.”
“Wallpaper looks tacky and seems to always start pealing.”
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