verb (used without object)
verb (used with object)
Origin of bellow
Related formsbel·low·er, nounout·bel·low, verb (used with object)
Definition for bellow (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for bellow
After years of failing to earn out his advances, Bellow was, as his biographer James Atlas has noted, suddenly a wealthy man.
“He had fallen under a spell and was writing letters to everyone under the sun,” Bellow observes.
That class of people has the natural tendency to regenerate according to Bellow.Get Elected, Get Your Kids Rich: Washington Is Spoiled Rotten|Clare Malone|February 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
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From Bellow to Woolf, Matt Seidel on the mystical workings of just 24 hours.One Perfect Summer Day in Virginia Woolf, Saul Bellow and Others|Matt Seidel|September 25, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The gunner was yearning for this, and the bellow of his piece responded to the captain's words.Mary Anerley|R. D. Blackmore
My long-bow 'gainst a plugged shilling that he would run and bellow lustily at sight of a quarter-staff.Robin Hood|J. Walker McSpadden
My poor brother gave vent to a bellow which might have been heard ten miles away.
See him throw up the dirt; and I can hear him bellow from here.The Saddle Boys at Circle Ranch|James Carson
And then the whole Frog family began to bellow their loudest:p.The Tale of Timothy Turtle|Arthur Scott Bailey