doorbell

[ dawr-bel, dohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF doorbell

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Thus it was possible to ring the doorbell from the pavement, and this the stranger did.

He was on his way to the telephone when the doorbell buzzed.

“I think that was the doorbell,” she remarked, a trifle sharply.

They had scarcely risen from the table when the doorbell rang.

Just as they were about to take their seats at the table the doorbell rang.

Experiment 12.2 Unscrew the bell from a doorbell or a telephone.

At three o'clock in the morning he was in bed and asleep when I rang his doorbell.

It seemed strange to ring the doorbell of their own old house.

He put his finger on the doorbell and cocked his head to one side.

In a few moments she reached Mr. Cobb's house, and rang the doorbell.