How to Pronounce peal?

Correct pronunciation for the word "peal" is [pˈiːl], [pˈiːl], [p_ˈiː_l].

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"Peal" in context

Peal is an elliptical sound created by striking a round object-often a bell-in order to create a distinct and loud ringing sound. The word peal is traced back to the Latin word "pulsare," which means "to strike." This sound is known to be soothing and calming, but can also be loud and jarring if desired. It is a type of sound that has been used to alert people to certain events or as a signal to start something. In some cultures, bells are rung regularly, often to signal the start of a special religious service, celebration, or other special event.

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