A fine, aged, blended scotch (as in distilled, blended, and bottled in Scotland) whisky. Matured in oak casks for 8 years before being bottled.

"A blend of the finest malt and grain whiskies"

Established in 1825 by Arthur Bell, and maintained by his descendants.
punter - "double bells and coke on the rocks please"
by rade November 07, 2007
To patronize someone in order to get something back or to get the person's approval.
Person 1: Can you help me with my work?

Person 2: I'm sorry but I haven't finished mine but you know that if I had finished I would help you.

Person 1: Please stop giving me bells.
by MFour March 21, 2008
used to tell the time of day..more often than not whole hours of the day
i get off of work at 5 bells
by Son_of_LB May 22, 2005
A form of money on the game Animal Crossing.
Person #1 - How much is this umbrella?
Person #2 - 500 bells!
by FlushedToilet April 05, 2011
Used by Paul Revere to warn the British that hey, you´re not going to succeed in taking our guns. USA! USA!
Sarah Palin believes that Paul Revere used a bell to warn the British that hey, you´re not going to succeed in taking our guns. USA! USA!
by winston84 June 06, 2011
To call somebody, either to go to thier house or to phone them, generally by phone, though.
Yeah I'll give him a bell tommorow
by cosworth2000 May 25, 2011
A hollow, metal, typically cup shaped instrument rung by the stokes of a hammer or the like.
Chris rang the bells in the wrong place in the orchestral piece.
by Skippy85 August 30, 2006

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