Then to her surprise she heard his voice, deep and sonorous as the bell-buoy that was moored by the Spear Point Reef.
You'll hear the bell-buoy tolling when there's a swell like that.
But I was much worried at having to spend a night dodging these dangerous reefs which were not even marked by a bell-buoy.
Had not the bell-buoy been tolling to deaf ears for some time past?
Its waters were low on the mud-banks, and the Marazion bell-buoy clanked and swung in the tide-way.
There was just sea enough to roll the bell-buoy gently, and now and then was rung an idle note of warning.
It must be on the turn, for as she stood, there came the deep, tolling note of the bell-buoy.
It made Northwick think of a bell-buoy off a ledge of rocks, which he had spent a summer near.
Some day I hope to hear the poem chanted or sung—with the bell-buoy breaking in, out of the distance.
The bell-buoy, being such a well-known navigating mark, could not be mistaken for any other buoy in its vicinity.