strike forcefully or repeatedly
(a place,especially a long table,where one can get) a meal consisting usually of cold food which people serve for themselves and eat standing up or sitting down near by
"Winds buffeted the tent"
"The wind buffeted him"
Mr. Walker gave him a buffet in the ribs with his fist.
出自： A. P. Herbert
Calamities go on having a buffet at us.
出自： S. T. Warner
As the crowd pressed past him, he was buffeted mercilessly from side to side.
出自： O. Manning
The train, buffeted by wind, was swaying over the steel lattice of a bridge.
出自： B. Bainbridge