Sentence for bells | Use bells in a sentence

Bells sentence example. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use bells in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for bells.

  • Their bells are ringing. (8)
  • And to a ringing of their bells. (8)
  • Bells had not begun to ring as yet. (8)
  • The church bells had begun to ring. (8)
  • Fleur spun round, and the bells pealed. (8)
  • And here were the bells to all the rooms. (8)
  • The bells were their sacro-military music. (10)
  • The annoyance of the bells must be terrible. (4)
  • Bells were ringing now in the silent frostiness. (8)
  • Fleur went in by herself, with her bells jingling…. (8)
  • At last the bells ceased, and with their note the sun withdrew. (2)
  • The bells of the church and seminaries pealed in a frenzy of joy. (19)
  • But the night was cold, the bells silent, for it had struck twelve. (8)
  • But at last even she felt sleepy, and, forgetting her bells, drew quickly in. (8)
  • Robert waited for the sound of the bells with the emotions of a common culprit. (10)
  • Robert waited for the sound of the bells with the emotions of a common culprit. (22)
  • Thence some inspired bell-ringer made the afternoon musical on a chime of bells. (2)
  • They put themselves at the head of their men, and marched in the ringing of the bells. (10)
  • When she woke the light was streaming in; it was Sunday, and the cathedral bells were chiming. (8)
  • A faint smell of lilac recalled the country and old days, and some church bells began ringing. (10)
  • A faint smell of lilac recalled the country and old days, and some church bells began ringing. (22)
  • A peasant was singing in a field near by, and the bells of a church were chiming in the distance. (10)
  • Looking up and down the avenue, so silent of its horse-car bells, he saw a policeman at every corner. (9)
  • Next moment the cannons were booming loudly from the walls and a peal of bells rang through the town. (19)
  • Nevil had to submit to the same; and Captain Baskelett took his revenge on the housedoor and the bells. (10)
  • The Sacristan took us to the top of one of the towers, and showed us the five bells hanging in their loft. (2)
  • Five weeks of perfect liberty in the mountains, she thought, would have prepared her for the days of bells. (10)
  • But in Edinburgh all manner of loud bells join, or rather disjoin, in one swelling, brutal babblement of noise. (2)
  • Darkness came, and the bells ceased not rolling by her open windows: the clouds were like mists of conflagration. (10)
  • And while the bells made merry in the sunshine, all the world with his dog was out shooting among the beets and colza. (2)
  • In this category are included cymbals of various sizes and shapes, gongs of all sorts, and later, bells and triangles. (3)
  • No wonder the bells in Boston and Salem rang out with jubilation when the tidings of the capture of Louisburg arrived. (19)
  • The worship to departed splendour vowed Conjured a simulacrum, wove her lash, For the slow measure timed her peal of bells. (10)
  • He found a lingering quality of pure Americanism in the region, and he said the very bells called to worship in a nasal tone. (9)
  • They were leaning over the railing of the terrace in the Palumbo, listening to the bells in the churches of Vetri below them. (13)
  • In a house or two lights began to wink; the scent of wood smoke reached him, the distant chimes of bells, the burring of a stream. (8)
  • And it is for the success of this remarkable piece that these bells are sounded every Sabbath morning on the hills above the Forth. (2)
  • Mrs. Chump immediately flew to her drawing-room and rang bells, appearing presently with a lamp, which she set on a garden-pillar. (10)
  • Some of the trees bore burnished flowers shaped like bells, and in a breeze the tinkling as they clashed together was exceedingly sweet. (7)
  • A little before dusk the bells of the city ceased their hammering, and when they ceased, all noises of men and musketry seemed childish. (10)
  • The carriage was winding between uneven, black-eaved houses, past doorways from which goats and cows were coming out, with bells on their necks. (8)

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