wind bell

  1. a decorative arrangement of pieces of metal or glass or pottery that hang together loosely so the wind can cause them to tinkle
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How To Use wind bell In A Sentence

  • The wind bellies thick in the shadows near my aunts, as one of Ray's sisters begins to keen and another to ululate.
  • The wind bellied out the sails.
  • Yes, and back of the house he would have a small garden, a place of meditation and repose, with goldfish in a tiny lakelet, and wind bells tinkling in the several trees, and there would be a high wall all around so that his meditation and repose should be undisturbed. THE CHINAGO
  • The wind bellied ( out ) the sail.
  • As I sit here at Jonny's PC, I can gaze out of his leaded window past his toolshed across his lush garden watching the wind bellow against the trees as the rain pours down.
  • The wind bellied ( out ) the sail.
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