bellowing


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bellowing

see bellow.

bellowing continuously
in bovine rabies, continues until pharyngeal paralysis supervenes.
bellowing soundlessly
cattle affected by rabies in its late stages may make all movements as though bellowing but no sound happens, usually accompanied by inability to swallow and later by drooling of saliva.
References in classic literature ?
Then came another of those hollow bellowings from the rear, and set the herd again in motion.
2 : to make a deep and loud sound <The bull dashed up and down the field, bellowing so hard that smoke came out of his nostrils.
Interestingly, most of the bellowing seems to occur around midnight, not around dawn or dusk when we thought it might have occurred.
But only Harden really gives Stewart a run for his money: As she betrays her padre, bellowing, ``I