bellows

[ bel-ohz, -uh z ]SEE DEFINITION OF bellows

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The cottage had once been a smithy, and the bellows had been left in its place.

The man with the bellows jumped down from his bucket and ran eagerly after him.

A cloth should never be used, for it leaves some lint behind; but take off the dust with a painter's brush, or a pair of bellows.

Rotha could hear the thick breathing of the bellows and the thin tinkle of the anvil.

He's lodged at the Bull, and bellows like one when he speaks of what you owe him.

The upper is called the "Post-Office," and the lower one the "Bellows."

The air escaped through his lips with a noise like the sound of bellows.

The horse's knees were trembling and his sides puffing like a bellows.

I was busy blowing up a raging flame with the bellows of my emotions.

The air supply is regulated by treading the bellows — no tap is requisite.