bellowed, past participle; bellows, 3rd person singular present; bellowing, present participle; bellowed, past tense;
(of a person or animal) Emit a deep loud roar, typically in pain or anger
he bellowed in agony
the bellowing of a bull
Shout something with a deep loud roar
the watchers were bellowing encouragement
he bellowed out the order
“God send the right!” he bellowed
his desperate parents were bellowing at her to stop
Sing (a song) loudly and tunelessly
he got thrown out of bars for bellowing Portuguese folk songs
A deep roaring shout or sound
a bellow of rage
he delivers his lines in a bellow
a very loud utterance (like the sound of an animal); "his bellow filled the hallway"
bawl: shout loudly and without restraint
United States author (born in Canada) whose novels influenced American literature after World War II (1915-2005)
make a loud noise, as of animal; "The bull bellowed"
(bellower) roarer: someone who communicates vocally in a very loud voice
(bellows) a mechanical device that blows a strong current of air; used to make a fire burn more fiercely or to sound a musical instrument
A bellows is a device for delivering pressurized air in a controlled quantity to a controlled location. Basically, a bellows is a deformable container which has an outlet nozzle. When the volume of the bellows is decreased, the air escapes through the outlet. ...
(Bellows (photography)) In photography, a bellows is the pleated expandable part of a camera, usually a large or medium format camera, to allow the lens to be moved with respect to the focal plane for focusing.
the deep roar of a large animal, or any similar loud noise; to make a noise like the deep roar of a large animal; to shout or scream in a deep voice
(Bellows) The lungs. Bellowser, a blow in the ” wind,” or pit of the stomach, taking one’s breath away.
(Bellows) The folding (accordion) portion in some cameras that connects the lens to the camera body. Also a camera accessory that, when inserted between lens and camera body, extends the lens-to-film distance for close focusing.
(BELLOWS) The flexible element of an expansion joint consisting of one or more convolutions and the end tangents, if any.
(Bellows) Lens designed exclusively for use on a bellows unit, primarily for macro photography. Also called short mount.
(Bellows) light tight, folding sleeve which can be fitted between the lens and the film plane.
(bellows) an instrument fashioned to furnish a strong blast of air, used to blow a fire.
(BELLOWS) Corrugated cylindrical container which moves as pressures change, or provides a seal during movement of parts.
(BELLOWS) To dream that you are using bellows on a fire signifies you will soon be facing problems of your own making.
(Bellows) A circumferentially corrugated cylinder that is flexible and thin-walled and may have integral ends that axially contract or expand when under changing pressure.
(Bellows) A corrugated rubber or plastic piece which can stretch with a shaft to keep the shaft clean.
(Bellows) A device operated with both hands, to produce a current of air; some bellows are mechanically operated.
(Bellows) A device that takes in air when the sides are spread apart and expels it through a tube when the sides are brought together. (SS)
(Bellows) A device used for close-up photography. It is a lighttight, extendable sleeve that is infinitely adjustable between its shortest and longest extent. Extreme magnification is possible when a bellows is used.
(Bellows) A fireplace tool that blows air by force onto a fire to stoke it. This fireplace tool eliminates the need to blow directly onto the fire, so the user is less likely to be burned.
(Bellows) A flexible concertina black sleeve between the lens and film plan, found on large format cameras such as Sinar or Horseman.
(Bellows) A flexible, accordion-like seal used where angular or lateral motions require a large degree of movement.