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- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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Upon which the publican, clapping a hand to each side of his head with his thumbs fixed to his ears, rebellowed in the same tone, which he had learned to imitate, “Hilloah.”
That > [So that] rebellowed > bellowed in reply; loudly re-echoed
While the House hung in this uncertainty, now the _hear-hims_ rose from this side, now they rebellowed from the other; and that party to whom they fell at length from their tremulous and dancing balance always received them in a tempest of applause.