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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of pommel.

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Examples

  • The invaders, pushed and pommelled by dint of such audacity and hard hitting, were cooped up like sheep into narrower and narrower space.

    Hellenica

  • Noah rose from the ground, and pommelled him behind.

    Oliver Twist

  • Every man endeavoured to be the first in making his exit, the door and passage were blocked up; each individual was pommelled by the person that happened to be behind him.

    The Adventures of Peregrine Pickle

  • Had Kim hinted this when she was a girl, he would have been pommelled to death that same evening by an elephant.

    Kim

  • The barber cudgelled Sancho, and Sancho pommelled the barber; Don

    Don Quixote

  • The gold-pommelled sword was still gripped in his single hand and his soul was fleeing for Limbo as Uroch, too, was slain fighting.

    The Bane of the Black Sword

  • The gold-pommelled sword was still gripped in his single hand and his soul was fleeing for Limbo as Uroch, too, was slain fighting.

    The Bane of The Black Sword

  • ` ` Good lad! see that you hit every one as you pommelled me; don't let any one escape.

    Taras Bulba and Other Tales

  • And thus he cried, until Roland and Nathan seizing him by the shoulders, dragged him by main force from the Indian, who was found, when they came to examine the body afterwards, actually pommelled to death, the skull having been beaten in as with bludgeons.

    Nick of the Woods

  • Eustace instantly let go, and Peter stood for a second staring down at the two red rings round his wrists, then, as Eustace turned unconcernedly away, dashed at his back and pommelled it.

    Queensland Cousins

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