knell


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Synonyms for knell

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to give forth or cause to give forth a clear, resonant sound

Synonyms for knell

the sound of a bell rung slowly to announce a death or a funeral or the end of something

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ring as in announcing death

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make (bells) ring, often for the purposes of musical edification

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Thus we may draw a sad but profitable moral from this funeral knell.
When the spectral procession approached the altar, each couple separated, and slowly diverged, till, in the centre, appeared a form, that had been worthily ushered in with all this gloomy pomp, the death knell, and the funeral.
And therefore I have bidden these funeral friends, and bespoken the sexton's deepest knell, and am come, in my shroud, to wed you, as with a burial service, that we may join our hands at the door of the sepulchre, and enter it together.
And when the awful rite was finished, and with cold hand in cold hand, the Married of Eternity withdrew, the organ's peal of solemn triumph drowned the Wedding Knell.
Yes, and my room-mate," answered Rebecca, who thought her own knell of doom had sounded, if he had forgotten Emma Jane's name.
Knell, who since 2014 has served as President and CEO of the National Geographic Society, will succeed Declan Moore as the new CEO of National Geographic Partners.
I don't think there is any doubt any rise in rateable values will be the death knell for many hundreds of pubs.
Sentencing Paul Knell for two offences, Judge Gordon Kerr spoke of the "horrifying experience" for the young woman.
Muhammed Naeem, 47, picked up Paul Knell, 28, of Brown Royd Avenue in Rawthorpe, in June last year for a routine trip to Dalton.
Contract award: market for the supply and delivery of food for the ehpad ster knell.
DEFEAT at Dover last night effectively sounded the death knell for Wrexham's season.
Iraqi Christians are wondering if the arrival of ISIS has signalled the death knell for the community's future in the country, the CBC's Margaret Evans found when she met some of them taking shelter in Erbil.
IN HIS/HER letter (The end of R our great airport) S Coupe from Marton stated "oh the threat of a housing estate, please don't give them permission, Peel don't dare ring the death knell on Teesside.
Knell, made his way to the North Country on Wednesday to visit with listeners and members of North Country Public Radio at St.
TRADERS say the decision to move Birmingham's wholesale markets could sound the death knell for stall holders on the nearby retail markets.