Noun(1) a push button at an outer door that gives a ringing or buzzing signal when pushed
(1) Charlotte rang the doorbell(2) He rang the doorbell three times and sat outside my house in his car for over an hour.(3) I slowly limped to the house, rang the doorbell like a shy visitor, and waited for mom to greet me.(4) Say you are visiting a friend in Paris and you want to ring his doorbell .(5) I grinned at him and gave him a hug just as the doorbell rang signalling the arrival of my friends.(6) I go home and people are running in and out of the house and not even ringing the doorbell .(7) A couple of weeks ago the postman rang the doorbell early on a Saturday morning.(8) She has a sister who lives in Queens, but she has never had enough courage to ring the doorbell .(9) A man rang the doorbell and said he was doing some work next door and would like a brew.(10) I ignore the doorbell when it rings because it's never a genuine visitor.(11) At about quarter to midnight the doorbell rang and more guests arrived.(12) The girl rang the doorbell of a nearby house and told the owner what had happened.(13) But not everyone likes having their doorbell rung after dark, especially the elderly.(14) She goes from house to house, ringing doorbells and then running away.(15) The association also provides equipment and aids for use in daily living like television and stereo listening devices, smoke alarms and doorbells .(16) Both have been ringing more doorbells for several reasons.
(1) doorbell :: sonèt
1. bell ::
2. buzzer ::
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