Definition of Pellmells

1. pellmell [n] - See also: pellmell



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pellmells

pellibranchiata
pellicle
pellicles
pellicular
pellicule
pelliculous
pellile
pellitories
pellitorine
pellitory
pellitory-of-Spain
pellitory-of-the-wall
pellitory of Spain
pellitory of the wall
pellmell
pellmells (current term)
pellock
pellocks
pellote
pellouxite
pells
pellucid
pellucid zone
pellucidity
pellucidly
pellucidness
pellyite
pelma
pelmanism
pelmas

Literary usage of Pellmells

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1. Tales of Mean Streets by Arthur Morrison (1921)
"The conductor, clamant and bedeviled, was caught between the two pellmells, and, demanding fares and gripping his satchel, was carried over th-e footboard ..."

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