PEAL, noun [from Latin pello, whence appello, to appeal. The sense is to drive; a peal is a driving of sound. This word seems to belong to the family of Latin balo, and Eng. to bawl, jubilee, bell, etc.]
A loud sound, usually a succession of loud sounds, as of bells, thunder, cannon, shouts of a multitude, etc.
PEAL, verb intransitive To utter loud and solemn sounds; as the pealing organ.
PEAL, verb transitive To assail with noise.
Nor was his ear less pealed.
1. To cause to ring or sound; to celebrate.
The warrior's name
Though pealed and chimed on all the tongues of fame.
2. To stir or agitate. [Not used.]