I can already feel the welt rising up, the swelling closing my eye.
The chap tried to drive us off, and we lost and near done for, and he hit me a welt on top of all.
"I'd probably hit him a welt and he'd go off bawlin' like a calf," he communed with himself.
Hamburg also produces the well-known weekly picture-paper, welt in Bild, with letter-press in twelve languages.
Oncus -i: a welt: applied to welt-like ridges on caterpillars.
Slip the welt as previously described between the edges, and pass the awl through the lot.
Then if he monkeyed too much, why—I could welt him well after.
Fr ewig ist ja nicht gestorben, was man fr diese welt begrbt—What is buried for this world is not for ever dead.
I was just goin' to welt the little captain a good one when I heard that.
If he only sews a welt, or planes a knot, he helps build up the solid pyramid of this world's welfare.
early 15c., a shoemaker's term, perhaps related to Middle English welten "to overturn, roll over" (c.1300), from Old Norse velta "to roll" (related to welter (v.)). Meaning "ridge on the skin from a wound" is first recorded 1800.
A ridge or bump on the skin caused by a lash or blow or sometimes by an allergic reaction.