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In early use: †a handbell used in church (obsolete). Later: a (usually large) bell, frequently one of a set, hung in the tower of a church and rung to call people to worship, at a wedding, funeral, festival, etc., or to tell the time.
Old English; earliest use found in Bald's Leechbook. From church + bell.
church bell/ˈtʃəːtʃ bɛl/
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