verb (used with object), pum·meled, pum·mel·ing or (especially British) pum·melled, pum·mel·ling.
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Origin of pummel
OTHER WORDS FROM pummelun·pum·meled, adjectiveun·pum·melled, adjective
Example sentences from the Web for pummel
In getting this revenge they fell upon their shadow, pummelled him with great severity, and badly injured him.Chicago, Satan's Sanctum|L. O. Curon
And when the story was finished they dragged Roy from the bench and sat upon him and pummelled him joyfully.The Crimson Sweater|Ralph Henry Barbour
If a fellah was passed by the doctor a gendarme gripped him and pummelled him all the way to the standard, where he was measured.From sketch-book and diary|Elizabeth Butler
They pummelled me, kicked me, dragged my honoured name in the dust, and spat upon me in the market-place.
"Hit him again, little 'un," the Maluka cried encouragingly, as I punched and pummelled at the unwieldy mass.We of the Never-Never|Jeanie "Mrs. Aeneas" Gunn