Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


The Disan jerked a belled tube from his waistband and raised it to his mouth.

And on a wind there came the scent of my own kind, and at that I belled.

Is 't o' the rats and how they would have belled the cat, father?

So he began to tell the fable of the rats that would have belled the cat.

Well, he was a hard man: many's the time I was belled through him!

There was no urging of the sorry steed straining at its belled collar.

The short-winged hawks should generally be belled on the tail.

He caught the belled horse, stuffed its bell with grass and moss, and got on its back.

Our Irish squire, Michael, carried Caesar, hooded and belled.

Squire Gathers regarded it a most untoward thing that the Belled Buzzard should have come just at this time.