He found a manager who was buying a package of Goldfish crackers and pulled the pellet gun on him.
Heber, who was struck by a pellet round to his head, was not seriously injured.
With the pellet gun pointed at him the manager opened the safe.
Sleet is rain mixed with snow; there are pellet like snowflakes that fall between warming and cooling fronts.
I always carry a pellet; and that ring of yours would suffice a regiment.
Miss Naylor, who had been rolling a pellet of bread, concealed it hastily.
She has gone in search of a second pellet of mortar wherewith to strengthen her work.
She threw a pellet of clay which flattened out against the wall.
With a muttered curse at his own reluctance, Alan seized the pellet.
Gregory nodded bleakly, sobering at once, and swallowed the pellet.
pellet pel·let (pěl'ĭt)
A small pill; a pilule.
A small rod-shaped or ovoid mass, as of compressed steroid hormones, intended for subcutaneous implantation in body tissues to provide timed release over an extended period of time.