pummel[ puhm-uh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF pummel
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PUMMEL
But to pummel was one thing, and to arouse Mr. Ketch was another.
Will you take it back, or shall I pummel the stuffing out of you?
The saddle should have what is called a third pummel, or leaping-horn.
Oh, that I could pummel Mr. Learning for writing it up there!
I would strike while the iron is hot; and pummel the dog to some purpose.'
Each cavalier has also on the pummel of his saddle a tabolcan.
I have read that it is not right, but I did what I always do, I held on by the pummel.
If it is obtrusive and aggressive, its appetites clamouring for supremacy, I pummel it!
Now, Miss Fairlegh, take a firm hold of the pummel; place your foot in my hand—are you ready?
Chunky bristled, but restrained himself, though he would have liked to fall on Tad Butler and pummel him.