welting into young Cupid like scissors, and wallopping Hymen like fun.
welting a man on the head with a whip-stock ain't anything, hey?
It isn't necessary fer you to be a skunk in order to give yourself a welting.
Only the song of the saw was heard, and the welting of the river.
Behind the steer another black boy dodged in and out, welting and prodding it from time to time with a bamboo pole.
The net itself, must have a welting all around it, doubled so as to form a groove for the reception of the rods.
welting cord, a cord sewed into the welt or border of a garment.
Never a race like that one, with the swiftness and the welting and fine horses that were in it.
They may buck and gag you, as they ought to, 'bout every day, but that won't be nothin' to the welting one of us 'll261 give you.
The silence in town meeting was so profound that the voters heard him welting his horse as he drove away.
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.