electric bell

  1. a bell activated by the magnetic effect of an electric current
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How To Use electric bell In A Sentence

  • Having just begun a fearsome maths test I still remember the surge of relief when the electric bell sounded its continuous warning.
  • She awoke to the ringing of an electric bell.
  • The electric bell burred softly again through the house, and the man heard it, and his eyes rested enquiringly on the door of the library.
  • She awoke to the ringing of an electric bell.
  • They were to be accompanied by two grand pianos played by musicians, as well as three xylophones, four bass drums, a gong, three aeroplane propellers, seven electric bells and a siren.
  • By using the receptive relaxation reflex of the stomach as a basis, artificial conditioned reflex has been established with the sound of an electric bell or a metronome as indifferent stimulus.
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