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welt

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishweltwelt /welt/ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 HITMARKa painful raised mark on someone’s skin, for example where they have been hit
Examples from the Corpus
weltBands of stripes can be used above cuff welts or at the neck edge of a garment.Try one of these ideas instead of a rib for welts.I had him take off his shirt to show the large welt marks from being whipped.I speculated endlessly about that welt.Many boots have a protective rubber or composition rand around the welt to prevent water getting in.Touching the welt, Howard tried to blink back tears before going inside.This welt, to be correct should be about 17 to 20 centimetres, 6¾ to 8 inches deep.
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