to blend; mix; meld.
to meddle; concern oneself.
Other definitions for mell (2 of 2)
a heavy hammer; mallet.
to beat with a mallet; hammer.
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How to use mell in a sentence
He pointed to them and began to run pell-mell back to the border, and I followed.
For now, the momentum does appear to be firmly behind the rebel forces in the east and their pell-mell dash through the desert.
We sat down pell-mell, anywhere, I next to Liszt, who kept putting things on my plate.Music-Study in Germany | Amy Fay
The scene beggars description; bags, bundles, bales, boxes are pitched out pell-mell.Round the Wonderful World | G. E. Mitton
Now, here seemed simple panic: and like a pack of dogs which rush to mangle a mongrel, they were at him pell-mell.The Lord of the Sea | M. P. Shiel
Her first thought was of the rabbit, and she came running pell-mell across the garden to greet him.Bumper, The White Rabbit | George Ethelbert Walsh
Toby clapped both hands to his ears, and in a flash the red-headed girl seized Bumper in her arms and ran pell-mell from the room.Bumper, The White Rabbit | George Ethelbert Walsh