Definition of Pealing. Meaning of Pealing. Synonyms of Pealing

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Definition of Pealing

Pealing
Peal Peal, v. i. [imp. & p. p. Pealed; p. pr. & vb. n. Pealing.] 1. To utter or give out loud sounds. There let the pealing organ blow. --Milton. 2. To resound; to echo. And the whole air pealed With the cheers of our men. --Longfellow.

Meaning of Pealing from wikipedia

- In campanology (bell ringing), a peal is the special name given to a specific type of performance of change ringing which meets certain exacting conditions...
- A peal is a bell-ringing performance consisting of 5000 or more changes. Peal or Peals may also refer to: Peal de Becerro, city located in the province...
- Mount Peal (12,414 feet (3,784 m)) is in the Beartooth Mountains in the U.S. state of Montana. The peak is one of the tallest in the Beatooth Mountains...
- until the name Peals was chosen for its abstract quality. A peal is the sound of something ringing out, like the pealing of a bell or peals of laughter....
- Peal & Co (Peal and Company Limited) manufactured English shoes from 1565 until 1965. The once successful British firm catered to a variety of notable...
- A peal board records on a wooden, metal, stone or canvas plaque a peal rung on church bells. In modern terms a peal is the ringing of 5000 or more different...
- Kirsty Pealling (born 14 April 1975) is a former footballer who spent her entire club career with ****nal Ladies. She also represented England at full...
- Sir Robert Peel, 2nd Baronet, FRS (5 February 1788 – 2 July 1850) was a British Conservative statesman who served twice as Prime Minister of the United...
- N.Peal is a British cashmere knitwear and accessories brand founded in London by Nat Peal in 1936. After the brand's decline and "substantial losses"...
- occasions they often attempt a quarter-peal or peal, lasting approximately 45 minutes or three hours respectively. If a peal attempt succeeds, towers sometimes...
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