pelt with

pelt (someone or something) with (something)

To throw a lot of something at someone or something very forcefully. The group of boys pelted John with snowballs. The protestors began pelting the courthouse with rotten fruit and vegetables.
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pelt someone or something with something

to hit or strike someone or something with something. The citizens pelted Max with rocks. The boys pelted the mad dog with a hail of stones.
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* Mark and cut the pelt with guidelines for the panels that will become the tubes.
An Eskimo never dries a polar bear pelt with its skin against the ground; the ice under the pelt would melt and later freeze the pelt to the ice.