pelt in a sentence

pelt meaning:

v. i.) To throw missiles.

n.) A blow or stroke from something thrown.

v.) to hit repeatedly

n.) The skin of a beast with the hair on; a raw or undressed hide; a skin preserved with the hairy or woolly covering on it.

pelt sentence:

We were pelted with rotten tomatoes.

The enemy troops pelted the fortress with big cannonballs.

The students pelted each other with snowballs.

The picnickers were pelted with grapefruit-sized hail.

People pelted stones at the security personnel.

They set the hotel on fire and pelted the hotel with stones.

His car was pelted with rocks and bottles.

They pelted her with bad eggs as she stood on the platform.

They pelted stones and injured a policeman.

Police got pelted with bottles as they tried to disperse crowds.

The storm is expected to arrive Wednesday and pelt the region through Thursday.

It had started raining, the drops pelted against the glass.

Over 2,000 protesters pelted each other with Molotov cocktails and smoke grenades.

We were pelted with rotten tomatoes.

They set the hotel on fire and pelted the hotel with stones.