I can already feel the welt rising up, the swelling closing my eye.
The chap tried to drive us off, and we lost and near done for, and he hit me a welt on top of all.
He looked after her, fingers caressing the welt that burned his cheek.
Hamburg also produces the well-known weekly picture-paper, welt in Bild, with letter-press in twelve languages.
"welt over the head with a rifle-butt," whispered Dennis excitedly.
Slip the welt as previously described between the edges, and pass the awl through the lot.
"I'd probably hit him a welt and he'd go off bawlin' like a calf," he communed with himself.
Fr ewig ist ja nicht gestorben, was man fr diese welt begrbt—What is buried for this world is not for ever dead.
Oncus -i: a welt: applied to welt-like ridges on caterpillars.
If he only sews a welt, or planes a knot, he helps build up the solid pyramid of this world's welfare.
early 15c., a shoemaker's term, perhaps related to Middle English welten "to overturn, roll over" (c.1300), from Old Norse velta "to roll" (related to welter (v.)). Meaning "ridge on the skin from a wound" is first recorded 1800.
A ridge or bump on the skin caused by a lash or blow or sometimes by an allergic reaction.