Pelted [verb]

Definition of Pelted:

beat; throw hard

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Sentence/Example of Pelted:

One of our chaps, taking in a load of wounded, was chased and pelted the other day.

The Poets who embrace and admire the people are often pelted with stones and crucified.

Adelaide and Courvoisier, it seemed, might almost be pelted with the same stones.

Two of the persons who went to fetch them were well thrashed and pelted with stones.

Then we pelted her with sunshine, and caressed her with shade, and then she was happiest of all.

So that, apart from other missiles, our shaven heads were sure to be pelted with jeers.

We panted as we pelted on, parched and weary, faint and footsore.

Mobs had jeered at her and often pelted her with rotten eggs.

If they were ever heard of it was that they had been pelted in a riot.

Mas'r and Tom pelted the poor drowning creature with stones.