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Synonyms for bellow

Synonyms for bellow

to speak or say very loudly or with a shout

a loud, deep, prolonged sound

Synonyms for bellow

a very loud utterance (like the sound of an animal)

United States author (born in Canada) whose novels influenced American literature after World War II (1915-2005)

shout loudly and without restraint

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make a loud noise, as of animal

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References in classic literature ?
Once started, there was no chance of stopping, and before they were fairly in the bed of the ravine Rama winded Shere Khan and bellowed.
But never a word said he for good or bad, and would have passed on his way, had not this man, clearing his throat with a huge gulp, bellowed out: "By my troth, here is a pretty little archer
He hung his head, shook his horns and bellowed with fury.
He bellowed at the tottering crowd who blocked the quick march of his bearers.
Still, nevertheless, with an earnest shout, and evidently with as much good faith as ever, the people bellowed 'He is the very image of the Great Stone Face
On this mishap, he bellowed so intolerably that a part of the labyrinth tumbled down, and all the inhabitants of Crete mistook the noise for an uncommonly heavy thunder storm.
Juno lashed the horses on, and the gates of heaven bellowed as they flew open of their own accord--gates over which the Hours preside, in whose hands are Heaven and Olympus, either to open the dense cloud that hides them, or to close it.