[ mer-ee-belz ]

noun,plural mer·ry-bells.

Words Nearby merry-bells Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use merry-bells in a sentence

  • There were many other sleighs and cutters out around Bellemere, and the air was filled with the jingle of merry bells.

  • From their bridles jangled the merry bells, as they followed their hounds to the hunt.

    Britain in the Middle Ages | Florence L. Bowman
  • Hastily mounting his sleigh, he drove rapidly off, many a hearty laugh and gay voice mingling their music with the merry bells.

    Aunt Kitty's Tales | Maria J. McIntosh
  • Wild hyacinths and little white snowdrops jingled merry bells.

    Hans Andersen's Fairy Tales | Hans Christian Andersen
  • And the merry bells went on ringing as they trooped back to the old man's house.

    The Bertrams | Anthony Trollope