Definition of Pommelled

1. Verb. (past of pommel) ¹



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Definition of Pommelled

1. pommel [v] - See also: pommel

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pommelled

pomeys
pomfret
pomfrets
pomiculture
pomiferous
pommage
pomme blanche
pomme de prairie
pommee
pommel
pommel horse
pommele
pommeled
pommeler
pommeling
pommelled (current term)
pommelling
pommels
pommetty
pommie
pommie wash
pommie washes
pommies
pommy
pommé
pomological
pomologically
pomologies
pomologist
pomologists

Literary usage of Pommelled

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1. A Dictionary of the Anglo-Saxon Language,: Containing the Accentuation by Joseph Bosworth (1838)
"... hilted and pommelled or, barwise in pale, their point« towards the sinister side of the Shield. ..."

2. The British Herald; Or, Cabinet of Armorial Bearings of the Nobility ...by Thomas Robson by Thomas Robson (1830)
"See Cross pommelled moline. See PL 0, fig. ЗУ. Cross of four pommels, or four pommels conjoined in ... Cross potent pommelled, and filched in the foot. ..."

3. The Arts of Tanning, Currying, and Leather Dressing: Theoretically by François Malepeyre, Campbell Morfit (1852)
"After this, they are pommelled crosswise, blacked a second time, charged with ... The skins are then dried and pommelled upon the flesh with a large pommel, ..."

4. The Miscellaneous Works of Tobias Smollett by Tobias George Smollett, Thomas Roscoe (1860)
"you know, yon scoundrel, that I am commander of this vessel," and pommelled him without mercy. The surgeon, who went to the assistance of his patron, ..."

5. An Ordinary of Arms Contained in the Public Register of All Arms and by James Balfour Paul (1893)
"Arg. a sword erected in pale ppr., hilted and pommelled or, the pommel within a crescent in base gu., in a dexter canton az. a saltire of the field. ..."

6. Celebrities I Have Known: With Episodes, Political, Social, Sporting, and by William Pitt Lennox (1876)
"We pommelled the French, they pommelled us; I suppose we pommelled the hardest, so we won the day." Wellington has been censured for want of judgment in ..."

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