Origin of bellows
OTHER WORDS FROM bellowsbel·lows·like, adjective
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Other definitions for bellows (2 of 2)
How to use bellows in a sentence
The bell tower bellows loudly when a little muscle power is put into it.
Some operate like bellows, creating an accordion-like sound as they aspirate.How to Save Silent Movies: Inside New Jersey’s Cinema Paradiso|Rich Goldstein|October 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Another Maine operative, a Democrat who has worked with Bellows agreed.
“Susan Collins was elected 18 years ago, when I was graduating from college,” Bellows told The Daily Beast.
To be clear, Bellows is not a millennial, but rather half a generation older.
The bellows, being expanded by the wind, pulls down the pallet in the wind-chest; the bellows does all the hard work.
Owing to its inertia, no heavy bellows weight can be set into motion rapidly.
Wind from the organ bellows enters the pipe foot F, and raises the pressure in the chamber C.
The box B is permanently supplied with air under pressure from the bellows.
There were twenty-two stops on the Swell, and the Swell bellows was placed inside the Swell box.