noun, plural bel·fries.
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Idioms for belfry
Origin of belfry
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Example sentences from the Web for belfry
The Belfry of Bruges stands against the sky ahead—as if lifted out of the plain up to heaven itself.The Challenge of the Dead|Stephen Graham
Because I had once seen, in marching by, the belfry of his village!The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson - Swanston Edition Vol. 20 (of 25)|Robert Louis Stevenson
Our belfry will be torn down, our seal will be broken, our banner torn and our treasury pilfered.
But below there is a turret and a belfry, but no bell, and the turret is a sheltered and safe retreat looking out upon all.My Friend Annabel Lee|Mary MacLane
So they slipped out of the belfry one fine frosty night, and left the big beautiful bells empty, and went off to find other homes.The Magic World|Edith Nesbit
British Dictionary definitions for belfry
noun plural -fries
Word Origin for belfry
Idioms and Phrases with belfry
see bats in one's belfry.