- v sound loudly and sonorously
- v ring or echo with sound
- v make (bells) ring, often for the purposes of musical edification
- v get or try to get into communication (with someone) by telephone
- v extend on all sides of simultaneously; encircle
- v attach a ring to the foot of, in order to identify
- s shaped like a ring
- s having colored rings around the body
- s wearing a wedding ring; lawfully married
a ringed wife"- Tennyson
- To gain Athenian dignity, Gropius ringed the three-story structure with tall, reinforced concrete columns, visible girders and horizontal ribbons, sheathed all of them in strips .
- Guardsmen, pale in the pale dawn light, ringed the hangar as Alderman mounted the scaffold.
- At mountain-ringed Jitsu-Getsu-TanLake of the Moon and Sunthe Japanese built the nucleus of a power system that put Formosa industrially ahead of the Philippines.
- Jason White in Super 14
The matches are already ringed in my calendar as I'm targeting the Ireland game on the 11th of August for my comeback from injury,said White. "I've been working hard on my rehabilitation since I damaged my knee against Romania last autumn...
- Daniel in Inspire Magazine
When they came, they ringed the whole village and started shooting guns,Pastor Bitrus Daniel, whose church and home were destroyed, told Release. "Some were holding knives, some were holding guns, and some were holding fire. They were just...
- Ashok Kumar in Hindu
The rose-ringed parakeet, which is a talking species, is much in demand. Then come other parakeet varieties like Alexandrian and red-breasted species. The black-headed munia and finches are also widely traded,Kumar added.