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peal in Colours & sounds topic

pealpeal2 verb [intransitive]  1 (also peal out)APMC if bells peal, they ring loudly The bells pealed out on Christmas Day.2 literary to make a loud sound Lightning flashed and thunder pealed.→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
pealAt that very moment, the doorbell pealed.At the stroke of midnight, the bells began to peal.When it buzzed, the lightning flashed and the thunder pealed.Julia was about to descend to the kitchen when the bell pealed again.He could see us perk up on Sunday morning when the Lutheran organ pealed out at ten-thirty.The bells of Saint Paul's pealed out on a sleepy Sunday morning.But a great carillon pealing, pealing.The Methodists had chosen to peal their agreeable chimes at sunrise.The class bell pealed throughout the building.