Take potatoes, peal and use ricer, into bowl add milk, butter, and cream.
This peal will go 120 Changes, and by making Bobs, as many as above.
Just at this moment came a peal of ringing laughter from the garden.
The sound of the clock in the Calvinist church tower mingled with the peal of the alarm-bells.
In less than twenty, and the cheer of victory rising from her deck will peal from shore to shore!
A distant, very distant, peal of thunder was heard at this moment.
But the truth had broken upon him like a peal of thunder at midday.
A peal of merry laughter answered her, and the knives and forks fell to the plates with a clatter.
At this, old Polyphemus went into a Homeric peal of laughter.
After a keen glance he suddenly broke into a peal of discordant laughter, which died away into a savage and menacing growl.
1630s, from peal (n.). Related: Pealed; pealing.