pelt

(redirected from pelter)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Idioms, Encyclopedia.

pelt

the undressed, raw skin of a wild animal with the fur in place. If from a sheep or goat there is a short growth of wool or mohair on the skin.
References in periodicals archive ?
The ' All Kashmir Stone Pelters association' is claimed to have the backing of some political parties.
Meanwhile, the three stone pelters have been shifted to Sher-i-Kashmir Institute of medical sciences (SKIMS).
WAYNE Rooney's fiancee Coleen McLoughlin and Steven Gerrard's partner Alex Curran show they are a real pair of little pelters .
I can imagine Jamie's offspring may one day get pelters in the playground.
And the workaholic Guinea international admitted his Hoops pals have given him pelters for rushing straight back.
She got pelters for it at the time -and ended up being axed from the show.
And, yes, he's a former milkman who now lives in the Bahamas, so he'll continue to get pelters from some elements in his homeland who love nothing better than to get the shears out for tall poppies.
Meanwhile, continuing with their crackdown on stone pelters and anti-national elements, the state police have picked up another 100 people for allegedly fomenting trouble.
He joked: "Coisty saw the news on Sky Sports and left a message giving me pelters.
And Thomson expects pelters from dad Scott - who memorably denied Paul McStay in the 1994 Final shoot-out to hand Raith a famous victory over Celtic - for failing to save any spot-kicks.
However, Ian Murray has revealed it's the Easter Road strikers who have been taking pelters this summer.
I'm going to get pelters in much the same way I got a hard time when I spoke Punjabi on Still Game.