Definition of Pommele

1. having a heraldic pommel [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pommele

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

Literary usage of Pommele

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1. The Origin and Influence of the Thoroughbred Horse by William Ridgeway (1905)
"Of the nine chargers three were black, four bay, one ferrand pommele (iron grey), and only one white pied, but no dun or sorrel. Of the twenty-two horses ..."

2. The Lady of the Lake by Walter Scott (1895)
"apple-grey,' Fr. yris pommele, is accidental." Wedgwood.—462. birchen. Like cedarn in Milton's Comus, 1. !)90.— 46t. Lincoln green. Cloth made in Lincoln, ..."

3. The Works of the English Poets, from Chaucer to Cowper: Including the Series by Samuel Johnson (1810)
"With danger: Sparingly. pommele. Dare, v. Sax. To stare. Di.rri, pr. n. of a supposed historian of the Trojan war. ..."

4. The Anglo-Saxon Review by Randolph Spencer Churchill (1899)
"... in summer when shadows of their leaves variegate the turf with cool pommele-grey, and in winter beloved for hoary lichen and hanging mistletoe. ..."

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