Pell`mell", adv. [F. pele-mele, prob. fr. pelle a shovel + meler to mix, as when different kinds of grain are heaped up and mixed with a shovel. See Pell shovel, Medley.]

In utter confusion; with confused violence.

"Men, horses, chariots, crowded pellmell."



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