Definition of Pummels

1. Verb. (third-person singular of pummel) ¹



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Definition of Pummels

1. pummel [v] - See also: pummel

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pummels

pumies
pummace
pummel
pummeled
pummeler
pummelers
pummeling
pummelings
pummelled
pummeller
pummellers
pummelling
pummellings
pummelo
pummelos
pummels (current term)
pump-and-dump scheme
pump-fake
pump-faked
pump-fakes
pump-faking
pump-jet
pump-jets
pump-type pliers
pump action
pump actions
pump fake
pump fakes

Literary usage of Pummels

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1. The Musical World (1847)
"... our review of his epistle must end also. Of the general performance of Robert he speaks in terms of unqualified censure. He pummels the band and pummels ..."

2. Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel Manufacturers edited by Sholto Percy, Perry Fairfax Nursey (1856)
"This invention comprises an arrangement of pallets that connect sets of mechanical pummels, so that by causing the hide to slide it may he pummelled in two ..."

3. Lancashire Authors and Orators: A Series of Literary Sketches by John Evans (1850)
"He does not, either, disguise his acrimony,—it is heartfelt, and he wishes to show it up as such ; he is serious in the onslaught, and pummels away in right ..."

4. General View of the Agriculture and Minerals of Derbyshire: With by Great Britain Board of Agriculture, John Farey (1815)
"I observed at Bradburne, Chaddesden, &c. a useful addition to the Carts, which supersedes the necessity of pummels or projecting lengths behind, ..."

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