It was not a mirthful laugh, it may be supposed, or harmonious, and it startled her as she heard it pealing into the silence.
It was not the shouts of men, nor the detonation of guns, nor the pealing of the thunder.
Her pealing laughter made him explain, smiling, 'To any corporation, was what I meant.'
Their pealing screams often split the silence of the valley.
At the same time the wild, pealing cry of agony and despair came faintly yet distinctly to horror-stricken ears.
Trumpets that mustered warriors by thousands were pealing from her walls.
The organ was pealing softly and plaintively, and the little gray coat seemed to heave as with a sob.
As he entered the Cathedral the Te Deum was sung to the pealing organ.
Mingled with the rolling thunder of each swiftly-speeding car, And with pealing bells proclaiming mighty elephants of war!
Five minutes passed; and yet no sound but the howling and pealing of the storm.
1630s, from peal (n.). Related: Pealed; pealing.