belfrynoun [ C ]uk /ˈbel.fri/ us /ˈbel.fri/
Examples from literature
- Another hour struck in the belfry of the church.
- At the end of the ambulatory we come to the belfry.
- In recent years the church has been extended one bay westward, and a belfry added.
- Its belfry stood upright and on the Sabbath spoke out in the music of its chimes.
- You see the yellowish looking building across the valley, with a heavy wall around it, and a belfry?