peal definition

  • noun:
    • A ringing of a set of bells, especially a big change or pair of modifications rung on bells.
    • some bells tuned together; a chime.
    • A loud burst of noise: peals of laughter.
    • A loud noise, or a succession of noisy noises, since bells, thunder, cannon, shouts, laughter, of numerous, etc.
    • A small salmon; a grilse; a sewin.
    • A loud noise, or a succession of noisy noises, at the time of bells, thunder, cannon, shouts, of a multitude, etc.
    • some bells tuned to one another according to the diatonic scale; also, the modifications rung on some bells.
    • A loud noise, or a succession of noisy noises, by bells, thunder, cannon, shouts of a large number, etc.
    • A set of bells tuned to one another; a chime or carillon; a ring.
    • A musical term or figure played on some bells, precisely a scale or element of a scale played up or down, but in addition placed on any melodic figure; a change.
    • Appeal; plaint; accusation.
    • See peel.
    • A name used in The united kingdomt for various types of the genus Salmo, as S. salar, the salmon, or S. cambricus, a trout present England, Ireland, and Norway. The latter can be called sewin.
    • a-deep prolonged noise (at the time of thunder or huge bells)
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To seem in a peal; ring.
    • To allure.
    • To utter or give out noisy sounds.
    • To resound; to echo.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To sound loudly and sonorously.
    • To utter or give forth loudly; to cause to provide out loud noises; to noise abroad.
    • To assail with sound or loud noises.
    • To pour out.
  • verb:
    • To seem with a peal or peals.
    • To utter or sound loudly.
    • To assail with noise.
    • To pour away.
    • ring recurrently
    • sound loudly and sonorously
  • others:
    • To appear loudly; resound: because, the pealing organ.
    • To assail with sound.
    • To utter loudly and sonorously; cause to band or seem; celebrate.
    • To stir or agitate.
    • To appeal.
    • An obsolete variation of stack.

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