[ US /ˈwɛɫt/ ]
[ UK /wˈɛlt/ ]
NOUN
  1. a raised or strengthened seam
  2. a raised mark on the skin (as produced by the blow of a whip); characteristic of many allergic reactions
VERB
  1. put a welt on
    welt the shoes
  2. beat severely with a whip or rod
    The children were severely trounced
    The teacher often flogged the students
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How To Use welt In A Sentence

  • But his police career ended in a welter of accusations that in order to obtain results, he hadn't just bent the rules, he'd twisted them out of shape.
  • Star staff Saturday, August 22, 2009 - Powered by SIDON: The southern coastal city of Sidon saw banners fill its streets and lights brighten up its sky days before the Holy Month of weather in Baltimore has been sweltering lately, putting many at risk for heat-related conditions. such as Italy criticised Internazionale coach Jose Mourinho for comments the Portuguese made about Ramadan at the weekend. WN.com - Articles related to Lagos Fires Tourism Through Sports
  • A few days after, they brought the intelligence that Barbarina had returned; and the councillor dwelt with her in her new house; and the servants were commanded to call the signora Madame Cocceji. as she was his well-beloved and trusted wife. Berlin and Sans-Souci; or Frederick the Great and his friends
  • As it was, we spent a couple of sweltering hours there and left.
  • Amazingly, as personal computer technology was filtering into the Weltanschauung, their vision was actually filtering into the mainstream.
  • He dwelt for a moment on his imagined feeling about love.
  • I sat at our old compounding table, surrounded by a welter of Skill-scrolls. THE GOLDEN FOOL: BOOK TWO OF THE TAWNY MAN
  • The plastic tie wraps the police had used on her wrists left welts and bruises.
  • Huntington welterweight Glenn Banks is set to grace the international stage when he flies to Copenhagen at the end of the month.
  • But he shall never have better eating fellows, if he would swelt his heart. A Select Collection of Old English Plays, Volume 6
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