bellow

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bellow

one of the voices of cattle. Usually refers to the arrogant call of the bull used to announce territorial rights. Abnormalities of the voice include hoarseness as in rabies, or continuous repetition as in nervous acetonemia. See also low, moo.
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Then an alarm gun bellowed from a ship's bow, its deep boom reverberating in deafening tones beneath the rocky dome of Omean.
It came on through the gate, then, catching sight of the vast concourse of people, stopped stupidly, turned round, and bellowed.
I expect you've got a good lot to learn," the headmaster bellowed cheerily.
bellowed the Sheriff in a voice like an angry bull; and he spurred his horse upon the two who now stood back to back, forgetting in his rage that he had no weapon with which to defend himself.
and felt no sadness when the ship lifted up her voice and bellowed thrice like a cow separated from its calf.