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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of bellow.


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  • In July this year, Time magazine published on its cover page the photo of an Afghan woman whose nose was cut off; the title bellowed: 'What happens if we leave Afghanistan.'

    Abdulhadi Hairan: Is Time's Aisha Story Fake?

  • For a while, I thought my historic rally experience was going to consist entirely of hearing that phrase bellowed over and over by a park police officer.

    John Marshall: Sane-dinista!

  • The stag bellowed again and turned and ran to the woods.

    Hollow-bellied Jack « A Fly in Amber

  • The good doctor coloured up with pleasure to hear his boy's name bellowed forth approvingly by a thousand excited lungs.

    The Firm of Girdlestone

  • He’s just about to say something in reply when his name is bellowed from a carload of guests pulling up into the space next to us and a small army of women in pastel suits clamber out and start mobbing him.

    Confetti Confidential

  • Even when the cowardly lad "bellowed" (as his school-fellows called his usual mode of crying) so that nothing else could be heard,

    The Crofton Boys

  • "Haw! haw!" bellowed "Bluey," "so that's the feller that done Parker out of his job!

    Cap'n Eri

  • Welcome back president, bellowed the commercial's voiceover.

    Chávez returns to Venezuela after tumour removed in Cuba

  • Crowds bellowed "pigs" and "murderers," and clapped in sarcasm at passing convoys of motorcyclists in uniform.

    Greek riots a ritual outlet for frustrated nation

  • As for Christian, he could not bear to be bellowed at and humiliated, making him an unlikely candidate for a successful naval career in any case; but when he put out to sea with Bligh, the voyage had all the makings of a high-seas human-resources fiasco.

    Bounteous Misperceptions


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  • "I think I can get the fire going!" bellowed Tom.

    November 28, 2008