1 The wind had blown off, leaving a loud bright night with wings beating in the trees and a persistent organ sound as the full bellows of the earth blew the frogs full of life.
2 One of the soldiers opened its wooden windows, another lighted the fire, another turned to at the bellows, the rest stood round the blaze, which was soon roaring.
3 No gleam of fire, no glittering shower of sparks, no roar of bellows; all shut up, and still.
4 I say it ain't likely, in a man who knows his wind will go, when it DOES go, as if a pair of bellows was cut open; and that man a grandfather, said Mr. Omer.
5 The Saracens produced from their baskets a quantity of charcoal, a pair of bellows, and a flask of oil.
6 'Never mind him, my dear,' said the Jew, winking at Mr. Dawkins, and giving Master Bates a reproving tap with the nozzle of the bellows.
7 Clym hastily put together the logs on the hearth, raked abroad the embers, which were scarcely yet extinct, and blew up a flame with the bellows.
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8 Gillenormand who was the bellows.
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9 His little, narrow chest panted like a forge bellows.
10 Some fill and empty the windy bellows of their blast, some dip the hissing brass in the trough.
11 From cow after cow came the same yearning bellow.
12 There she heard the loudspeaker begin to bellow, in an idiotically velveteen-genteel sort of voice, something about a series of street-cries, the very cream of genteel affectation imitating old criers.
13 I heard a click of steel and a bellow like an enraged bull.
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14 It restored his soul to have Sam Clark trustingly bellow, "Better come down to the lake this evening and have a swim, doc."
15 As they halted thus the lieutenant again began to bellow profanely.