[n] - a room (often at the top of a tower) where bells are hung
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tall, movable wooden tower on wheels, used in sieges
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A term originally applied to a tower used in medieval warfare, later to a watch-tower (or one from which an alarm bell was rung), and finally to a bell-tower,...
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A belfry is a can either be a small turret containing a bell set on a roof (bellcote) or the room or part of a tower in which bells are hung. It is also sometimes used to describe the whole tower in which bells are housed.
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The tower or bell chamber of a tower where bells are hung, also known as the bell chamber.
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A room or structure in which bells are hung, usually part of a church tower.
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Bel'fry noun [ Middle English berfray movable tower used in sieges, Old French berfreit , berfroit , French beffroi , from Middle High German bervrit , bercvrit , German bergfriede , from Middle High Ge...
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noun a room (often at the top of a tower) where bells are hung
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