bell ringer

  1. something that exactly succeeds in achieving its goal
    hit the mark
    the new advertising campaign was a bell ringer
    scored a bull's eye
    the president's speech was a home run
  2. a person who rings church bells (as for summoning the congregation)
  3. someone who plays musical handbells
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How To Use bell ringer In A Sentence

  • The bell ringers have made their celebrations heard.
  • And how could the bell ringer run undetected across the Tower to arrange Mowbray's fall?
  • Three hundred and forty years earlier another bell ringer described his fear that the bell or the church tower would fall on top of him.
  • High above me on the upper floor of a tall narrow-domed building a bell ringer was perfecting his art.
  • And how could the bell ringer run undetected across the Tower to arrange Mowbray's fall?
  • Harger, who has been a bell ringer for three years, tells the Daily Camera newspaper in Boulder that she noticed the man's coin was an unusual one and even asked him if it was a Krugerrand. Coin Dropped In Salvation Army Kettle Worth $1,400
  • A band of protesters in colonial gear wended through the crowd, led by a bell ringer in a tricorn hat calling for revolution.
  • The captain of the bell ringers, Martin Davies, said: ‘A peal of 12 bells will enhance the cathedral's role as a centre of excellence for traditional change-ringing.’
  • Some 300 others stood outside, laying wreaths at the old iron gates where a bell ringer tolled sorrowful notes from a small bell.
  • “Ladies and gentlemen,” he began, and Phyllis and I were tapping our crystal water glasses like English handbell ringers. Nuptial Indemnity
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