school bell

  1. a bell rung to announce beginning or ending of class
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How To Use school bell In A Sentence

  • He heard the school bell ring.
  • The school bell just rang telling us that classes were over, but none of us were standing because we were all stupefied by how fast he explained everything and ended the class.
  • The children are not allowed in until the school bell rings, whatever the weather.
  • When the school bell rang, she snuck quickly out and made her way to the rack where her bicycle waited.
  • Twilight at Mrs. Wickett's, when the School bell clanged for call-over, brought them back to him in a cloud — Katherine scampering along the stone corridors, laughing beside him at some "howler" in an essay he was marking, taking the cello part in a Mozart trio for the School concert, her creamy arm sweeping over the brown sheen of the instrument. Goodbye, Mr Chips
  • The school bell clanged and children flew from the doors scattering like sand grains whipping about in a dust storm.
  • Suddenly the school bell rings and the class reassembles 20 minutes later.
  • The school bell bonged at noon.
  • The school bell will also be replaced by radio-controlled clocks in each classroom.
  • No one wears a watch, the school bell signals mealtime of generous portions, music is always playing, children dance and sing upon will, and young ones play makeshift mancala on the ground. Julie Fefferman: Happiness is....A Snoopy Blanket
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