Definition of Pummelled

1. Verb. (past of pummel) ¹



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Definition of Pummelled

1. pummel [v] - See also: pummel

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pummelled

pumicers
pumices
pumiciform
pumicing
pumicite
pumicites
pumie
pumies
pummace
pummel
pummeled
pummeler
pummelers
pummeling
pummelings
pummelled (current term)
pummeller
pummellers
pummelling
pummellings
pummelo
pummelos
pummels
pump-and-dump scheme
pump-fake
pump-faked
pump-fakes
pump-faking
pump-jet

Literary usage of Pummelled

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1. Wrongs and Rights of a Traveller: By Boat--by Stage--by Rail by Robert Vashon Rogers (1875)
"... view—The tea—Mine host responsible for losses— Kicking horses—Ferries and ferrymen—Lien on travellers—A midnight hunt— Entomological—A man pummelled. ..."

2. Robert Montgomery and His Reviewers: With Some Remarks on the Present State by Edward Clarkson (1830)
"that a knockdown blow is masculine ; more especially when the pummelled person remains neuter. The doctor may say with ' cudgelled Roper' in the Dunciad: ..."

3. A Portion of the Journal Kept by Thomas Raikes, Esq., from 1831 to 1847 by Thomas Raikes (1857)
"Oh," replied he, " it is very easily done. We pummelled them, they pummelled us, and I suppose we pummelled the hardest, so we gained the day. ..."

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