Having bells (especially around the neck of an animal)(adjective)
Simple past tense and past participle of bell.(verb)
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Use "belled" in a sentence
"He had "belled" in vain for several days, searched in vain the limits of his wonted range, and at last set out in quest of some little herd whose leader his superior strength might beat down and supplant."
"Sniffing at them curiously, and not finding their scent to his taste, he lifted his slim muzzle, and "belled" sonorously several times, pausing between the calls to listen for an answer from the forest."
"From here the newly weds were "belled" or taken outside and put in the back of an old truck filled with straw and driven all the way to Greenville and back passing through Ithaca and Arcanum on the way-with car and truck horns blaring loudly, tin cans dragging behind with sparks flying, and people yelling-it was a wonder the hay never caught on fire."