Definition of bell pull in English:

bell pull

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  • A cord or handle which rings a bell when pulled, typically used to summon someone from another room.
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    • I tugged the bell pull twice before feet shuffled forward.
    • They're open until 6 a.m. on weekends; after 4 a.m. the door is locked, but Gloria showed us the secret bell pull.
    • ‘At least four’ corrected Riann, standing up to reach for the bell pull.

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