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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbellowbel‧low1 /ˈbeləʊ $ -loʊ/ verb  1 [intransitive, transitive]SHOUT to shout loudly in a deep voice syn yell ‘That’s your problem!’ bellowed Hurley. Tony was bellowing orders.see thesaurus at shout2 [intransitive]HBAC to make the deep sound that a bull makes→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
bellow"Be quiet!" the teacher bellowed."He's guilty and I'll prove it!" Sharpton bellowed.She was half dead, Manshin Anjima bellowed.Then the referee started to blow his whistle and bellow at me.Sometimes they can be heard bellowing far away on the shoreline in very great numbers.Back in the other Washington, Republicans bellowed for his scalp.Little did I think that the one-time pretty young copy typist would end up bellowing in my ear.The officer in charge was bellowing instructions through a loudspeaker.Cantor bellowed into the speaker phone.As the farmer poured the fluid into the wounds they would bellow loudly and kick out at him.