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Ring

Definition of ring:

part of speech: verb

To sound, as a bell; be filled with sound.

part of speech: noun

A circle; hoop; circular figure or group; ares.

part of speech: noun

A sound, esp. of metals: the sound of many voices: a chime of many bells.

part of speech: verb

To cause to sound, as a bell. & c.

Rang, rung.

Rang.

part of speech: noun

A circle: a small hoop, usually of metal, worn on the finger as an ornament: a circular area for races, etc.: a circular group of persons: a clique or combination for selfish purposes in politics: the prize ring, the occupation of the pugilist.

part of speech: noun

Sound, as of a bell.

part of speech: verb

To sound, as a bell when struck; to sound loudly and clearly; as, his voice rang out; resound; as, the woods ring with song; to cause a bell to sound; as, to ring for a maid; to be filled with report or talk; as, the whole town rings with his fame.

part of speech: participle

Rung.

part of speech: verb

To cause to sound, as metal when struck; to produce ( a sound), as by striking a bell; as, ring the alarm; proclaim aloud or abroad; as, ring in the year; to put a ring around; encircle; to fit or decorate with a ring.

part of speech: participle

Ringing.

part of speech: verb

To encircle: to fit with a ring.

part of speech: verb

To cause to sound, as a metal: to produce by ringing:- pa. t. rang, rung; pa. p. rung.

part of speech: verb

To sound as a bell when struck: to tinkle: to practice the art of ringing bells: to continue to sound: to be filled with report.

part of speech: noun

The sound made by a bell or by metals made to vibrate; a circle; a hoop or circular band; a small hoop of gold, etc., worn as an ornament, usually on the finger or attached to the ear; a space set off for contests or displays; as, a circus ring; a race course; a combination of men, usually for a selfish aim or purpose; as, a political ring.

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