from The Century Dictionary.
- In heraldry, having a rounded knob which terminates in a second smaller one: differing from
bottonyin that the lobes are of different sizes, the final one being much the smaller.
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- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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I think I saw that Ebert and Roeper pommeled the film mercilessly, so I think I can wait until it comes out in wide release.
She looks at citrus trees pommeled by rain and thinks about the inspector she saw earlier.
And as Rob was talking about, Orlando getting pommeled a bit.
And Orlando continues to get pommeled now, inland, well inland, with wind gusts to near hurricane strength.
Cezer immediately laid claim to a bejeweled, high-pommeled sword that had been a gift to the sorcerer from a grateful client.
He urged the nag to a slightly faster shamble until he caught sight of "Miss Coventina" ahead, riding awkwardly in a high-pommeled side saddle.
Aram asked, sitting up straighter on his heels, right hand poised to dart for the wolfhead-pommeled sword hilt jutting above his shoulder.
He was noticing that his boot dagger, his three specialized throwing knives, his two cuff blades and his camelian-pommeled dagger seemed to be missing.
He stepped up into the high-pommeled Zamoran saddle.
On the ground at the mare's head rested a high-pommeled saddle, a bulging waterbag, and a tightly tied leather sack.