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Distribution of usage frequency for the most common synonyms of the verb pelt along:
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Definition of the verb pelt along
What does pelt along mean as a doing phrase?
- move hurridly
- lexical domain: Motions - verbs of walking, flying, swimming
- synonyms of pelt along: belt along / bucket along / cannonball along / hasten / hie / hotfoot / race / rush / rush along / speed / step on it
- more generic words: go / locomote / move / travel = change location
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Mfr ; iH to pelt along or to go full pelt (ttS8;i&W. (2) A rago. JS. (3) A skin, and so a person (in contempt). A; A (tfc«SiS)• (4) Clothes. Pelting— Paltry ; beneath notice. Pen— A penitentiary ; prison. Pen-driver, Pen-pusher — A clerk; writer.
... innkeeper; 12 hotel manager hotfoot: 3 hie; 4 race, rush; 5 speed; б hasten; 9 belt along, pelt along, rush along hot goods: 4 loot, swag; 5 booty; 8 pickings; 10 stolen item; 11 stolen goods hothead: 6 madcap; 7 lunatic; 9 daredevil, fire-eater; ...
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