[ UK /bˈɛlɪŋ/ ]
[ US /ˈbɛɫɪŋ/ ]
  1. a noisy mock serenade (made by banging pans and kettles) to a newly married couple
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How To Use belling In A Sentence

  • Cadbury dismisses 'derisory' Kraft bid food giant Kraft yesterday, labelling it "derisory" and "unattractive" and calling on its shareholders to turn it down. - Articles related to Cadbury chief prefers Hershey to Kraft as bid battle looms larger
  • The trouble with labelling fiction is that it can get shunted into the sidings of literature.
  • `My son is not easily susceptible to labelling, though he makes a fine friend. DREAMS OF INNOCENCE
  • Planned developments in Integrated Production Policy will mean that tools such as eco-labelling and environmental management systems will be driving forces for companies in every sector of the economy.
  • I implore the May Day protesters to worry about real problems, rather than just labelling everything as an evil of capitalism.
  • A total labelling index was calculated as the ratio of labelled cell to total cell numbers for each column.
  • Even at this stage of the campaign, labelling this a 'six-pointer' did not represent an exaggeration. Times, Sunday Times
  • He played it as he shaped it: the last low string whose reverberations set his own sword belling in anguish and shattered every other weapon inside and out of the halt Silence settled like old dust over the room. Harpist in the Wind
  • Without further adventure , they reached the dwelling of Governor Bellingham.
  • We don't have to be concerned about the right-wingers labelling us unpatriotic.
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