[ ped-l or for 6–8, peed-l ]SEE DEFINITION OF pedalled

Antonyms for pedalled

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Dick, in his eagerness to reach me, pedalled all the way down.

Before anything more could be said, Miss Ffolliott pedalled away.

The boys were tossing a baseball to each other as Tom pedalled up on his wheel.

Mr. Hoopdriver pedalled convulsively, intending to pass her.

He pedalled with ill-suppressed anger, and his head was going down.

But he turned his head aside and pedalled past me deliberately.

Rather puzzled at the non-appearance of Acton, they kept the first-comer well in view as he pedalled hard for Westcote.

A boy on a bicycle, loaded with four paper bonnet-boxes, pedalled towards us, out of an alley on our right.

My spirit was roused now— I pedalled with a will; if I rode all day I would not let him go past me.

With a laugh and a cheery adieu the officer bade me good luck and pedalled off.