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  • v. To sound very loudly.
  • v. To make a phone call from an internal phone system to a general telephone network number.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • v. sound loudly


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  • The grown-ups talked or read aloud or played the piano, and we either listened to them or had some jolly game of our own, and in anxious fear awaited the moment when the English grandfather-clock on the landing would give a click and a buzz, and slowly and clearly ring out ten.

    Reminiscences of Tolstoy

  • The school sits in the heart of Opa-locka, where shots from the Blues projects ring out daily.

    Magic City

  • I'd ring out love between my brothers and my sisters,

    If I Had A Hammer

  • It should run and leap; it should laugh, should sing madrigals and glees, carol with the lark, ring out in chanties, folk-songs, ballads, roundelays -- -- "


  • I’m pickingup twenty-three, and there may be more around the ring out of tricorder range.

    Creative Couplings

  • Scarcely would two lines be read before the madam's clear voice would ring out loud and full:

    A southern woman's war time reminiscences,

  • A little closer, Tally heard a clear voice ring out across the fields, carrying an unfamiliar tune in the random-sounding syllables of the villagers’ language.


  • This river was a great source of joy and pleasure to her beauty-seeing eye; and over its lovely waters the richly toned Cathedral chimes, and the bugle note from the barracks, tell the time of day, and ring out calls to worship to-day, just as they did when she lived in this house on its banks.

    Leaves from Juliana Horatia Ewing's "Canada Home"

  • He heard Keisha's sudden laugh ring out above the background noise, and Shandi's a moment later.

    Elephant in the City


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