Definition of Pelt along

1. Verb. Move fast. "They pelt along up the hill"; "The cars raced down the street"




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pelt Along

pelories
pelorism
pelorisms
peloro-
pelorus
peloruses
pelory
pelosity
pelota
pelotas
pelotherapy
peloton
pelotons
pels
pelt
pelt along (current term)
pelt down
pelt of the dog
pelta
peltae
peltas
peltast
peltasts
peltate
peltate leaf
peltated
peltately
peltation
peltations
pelted

Literary usage of Pelt along

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1. My Experiences of the War Between France and Germany by Archibald Forbes (1871)
""There was where we got the order to double," cried big Lieutenant von , "and didn't we pelt along!" "And didn't you puff and blow? ..."

2. Letters to Guy by Barker (Mary Anne) (1885)
"pelt along, darting among the trees, as hard as ever the horses can go. It is of no use whatever attempting to guide your steed. ..."

3. Fores's Sporting Notes & Sketches. a Quarterly Magazine Descriptive of (1905)
"said Jim to his master, who, with Joe Belman, had come as hard as they could pelt along the high road. ' No, Jim,' was the reply. ..."

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