verb (used with object), med·aled, med·al·ing or (especially British) med·alled, med·al·ling.
verb (used without object), med·aled, med·al·ing or (especially British) med·alled, med·al·ling.
Origin of medal
Related formsun·med·aled, adjectiveun·med·alled, adjective
Examples from the Web for medal
Alberto Barbera, director of the Venice Film Festival, took the stage, flanked by a woman holding a trophy and a medal.James Franco Shot His New Movie at the Venice Film Festival and I Was in It|Marlow Stern|September 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Medal of Honor was rebooted back in 2010, but failed to stand out as a serious competitor to Call of Duty.
And Ralph Lauren received the James Smithson Bicentennial Medal.Annie Leibovitz Bailed on Kimye Wedding; Chloe Sevigny Hates Modeling|The Fashion Beast Team|June 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST
So how can good, Christian Americans avoid supporting this Medal of Freedom winner?
DM: I still think Will Swenson deserves the medal and I think that he acted courageously that day.What Comes After the Medal of Honor: An Interview with Dakota Meyer|Brian Van Reet|May 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Louis' medal was examined and passed from hand to hand, and many compliments were made on the occasion.Louis' School Days|E. J. May
Francis Baudoin, nicknamed Dagobert, undertook to fulfil the dying mother's wishes, inspired by the medal.The Wandering Jew, Complete|Eugene Sue
I will therefore go on examining the Phinuit personality; it will be the reverse side of the medal.Mrs. Piper & the Society for Psychical Research|Michael Sage
The medal was won some time later, while your two uncles were in the hospital trying to recover from their wounds.The Rover Boys in the Land of Luck|Edward Stratemeyer
And your medal of honor, Monsieur le Capitaine; is it permitted that I lay for a little moment just one finger upon it?The Daredevil|Maria Thompson Daviess