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Angry and excited, McAuliffe paced the narrow floor, his great voice booming forth like a bull's bellow.
MENOTAHERNEST G. HENHAM
With a bellow the cattle started forward at a lively gallop.
Those who do not really feel always pitch their expressions too high or too low, as deaf people bellow or speak in a whisper.
LEONORAMARIA EDGEWORTH
By night the bull frogs, inconceivably big and tremendously vocal, bellow under the banks.
Each season has its glory; if we can't hear the lark, let us listen to the bellow of a lion-comique.
Pablito gave vent to such a discordant bellow that they all burst out laughing; but Venturita became serious.
THE FOURTH ESTATE, VOL.1ARMANDO PALACIO VALDS
Those who watched saw him stoop and thrust his head into the tent, heard a bellow and saw him back out hastily.
THE HAPPY FAMILYBERTHA MUZZY BOWER
He was bellowing like an angry bull, but every time he opened his mouth to bellow, Tad's hard fist smote him on the nose.
Its definite bellow or muttered threat was part of the prevailing influence of the hour or day.
The elk certainly dropped, at which the young hunter gave a bellow of delight.

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