verb (used with object), pom·meled, pom·mel·ing or (especially British) pom·melled, pom·mel·ling.
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When he was hungry the pommel of the saddle opened, and he found the best of eating inside.Myths and Folk Tales of Ireland|Jeremiah Curtin
At this Harry and Ralph gave forth despairing groans and pretended to pommel one another.Betty's Happy Year|Carolyn Wells
Pulling himself together, he put the wet foot in the stirrup again and clung to the pommel with his hands.Nan of Music Mountain|Frank H. Spearman
He felt a childish weakness; dropping his elbows upon the pommel of the saddle, he buried his face in his hands.Way of the Lawless|Max Brand
Suddenly, before he could move to hinder, she set the pommel of the sword to the ground and threw her body upon the naked blade.Historic Tales, Vol. XIII (of 15)|Charles Morris