hale hail

Definitions

  • 1) archaic Health, welfare.
  • 2) obsolete Welfare.
  • 3) United States astronomer who discovered that sunspots are associated with strong magnetic fields (1868-1938)
  • 4) prolific United States writer (1822-1909)
  • 5) a soldier of the American Revolution who was hanged as a spy by the British; his last words were supposed to have been `I only regret that I have but one life to give for my country' (1755-1776)
  • 6) A violent pull; a haul; the act of dragging forcibly.
  • 7) A pseudo-archaic form of hole.
  • 8) An instrument for hanging a pot over a fire.
  • 9) Safety; welfare: same as heal.
  • 10) A rake with long teeth for raking pebbles from brooks.
  • 11) A tent; a pavilion; a temporary shelter.
  • 12) Sound, entire, healthy; robust, not impaired.
  • 13) Free from infirmity or illness; sound. synonym: healthy.
  • 14) Sound; entire; healthy; robust; not impaired.
  • 15) To drag, pull, especially forcibly.
  • 16) draw slowly or heavily
  • 17) to cause to do through pressure or necessity, by physical, moral or intellectual means :
  • 18) To drag; draw; pull; move by dragging.
  • 19) Whole; entire; unbroken; without a break or other impairment.
  • 20) To go or come by means of drawing, pushing, or pressing; push or press on; move on; proceed.
  • 21) Sound; entire; healthy; robust; not impaired in health: as, hale of body.
  • 22) To vex; trouble; worry; “pull and haul.”
  • 23) To get by solicitation or importunity.
  • 24) Archaic To pull, draw, drag, or hoist.
  • 25) To compel to go.
  • 26) To pull; to drag; to haul.

Definitions

  • 1) Balls or pieces of ice falling as precipitation, often in connection with a thunderstorm.
  • 2) Hailing distance.
  • 3) Precipitation in the form of spherical or irregular pellets of ice larger than 5 millimeters (0.2 inch) in diameter, usually associated with thunderstorms.
  • 4) A shout made to catch someone's attention or to greet.
  • 5) Something that falls with the force and quantity of a shower of ice and hard snow.
  • 6) The act of greeting or acclaiming.
  • 7) Small roundish masses of ice precipitated from the clouds, where they are formed by the congelation of vapor. The separate masses or grains are called hailstones.
  • 8) A wish of health; a salutation; a loud call.
  • 9) precipitation of ice pellets when there are strong rising air currents
  • 10) many objects thrown forcefully through the air
  • 11) Pellets of ice falling in showers.
  • 12) A salutation; greeting; call; summons; challenge of attention.
  • 13) The varions responses made by naval officers at night to the sentry, by which the latter may learn the rank of the officer approaching the vessel, are as follows: Flag-officers answer “flag!” the captain gives the name of his ship; the ward-room officers answer, “Aye, aye!” the steerage and warrant officers answer, “No, no!” and petty officers and members of the crew answer, “Hello!” Yachtsmen have adopted this code with a slight modification.
  • 14) obsolete Healthy, whole, safe.
  • 15) Healthy. See hale (the preferable spelling).
  • 16) impersonal Said of the weather when hail is falling.
  • 17) transitive to send or release hail
  • 18) transitive to praise enthusiastically
  • 19) transitive to call out loudly in order to gain the attention of
  • 20) transitive to greet
  • 21) be a native of
  • 22) call for
  • 23) precipitate as small ice particles
  • 24) Seehale.
  • 25) See hale.
  • 26) To call to, as a person, or, by metonymy, a place, house, ship, etc., at a distance; cry out to in order to attract attention.
  • 27) To pour down hail.
  • 28) Topourdownhail.
  • 29) To offer or exchange greeting or tidings; report or declare one's self.
  • 30) To salute; welcome; address.
  • 31) To pour down or put forth like hail; emit in rapid succession.
  • 32) Be whole; be safe; be happy: a term of salutation now used without thought of its literal meaning, and merely as an exclamatory expression of well-wishing: used absolutely, or followed by a noun with to.
  • 33) To pour (something) down or forth.
  • 34) To salute or greet.
  • 35) To greet or acclaim enthusiastically.
  • 36) To signal or call to a passing ship as a greeting or identification.
  • 37) To precipitate in pellets of ice and hard snow.
  • 38) To fall like hailstones.
  • 39) To call out or yell in order to catch the attention of.
  • 40) colloq. To report as one's home or the place from whence one comes; to come; -- with from.
  • 41) To pour down particles of ice, or frozen vapors.
  • 42) To declare, by hailing, the port from which a vessel sails or where she is registered; hence, to sail; to come; -- used with from.
  • 43) To pour forcibly down, as hail.
  • 44) To name; to designate; to call.
  • 45) To call loudly to, or after; to accost; to salute; to address.
  • 46) Used to express a greeting or tribute.
  • 47) An exclamation of respectful or reverent salutation, or, occasionally, of familiar greeting.
  • 48) a form of prayer made use of in the Roman Catholic Church in invocation of the Virgin. See Ave Maria.

Examples

  • 1) We were neither totally hale nor absolutely hearty.
  • 2) The English word "health" comes from the Old English word hale, meaning "wholeness, a being whole, sound or well,".
  • 3) Deer Guns: Rifles and Shotguns for Deer Hunting biggest bucks of 2008 boone and crockett handgun whitetail hunting bucks with handguns record buck verlin hale
  • 4) Anyway, the Valentinos are a young Aussie band whom you'll likely be hearing more from in the next six months or so ... they're a five piece from Sydney, who hale from the scene of next-wave bands (Van She, Presets, Bang Gang, Midnight Juggernauts, &c.) that are getting a lot of attention here in the US and in Europe.
  • 5) Well, pigs do fly, and there is ice water in hale.
  • 6) A pau ka lakou olelo ana me ke Alii no keia mau mea, hoihoiia aku la lakou a ma ka hale i hoomakaukauia no lakou.
  • 7) Ia ia nae i hiki aku ai a ka hale, wehe ae la ke kahu o ke Alii i ka puka o ka halealii, ia manawa, ua hoopuiwa kokeia ko Kahalaomapuana lunamanao, no ka ike ana aku ia Laieikawai e kau mai ana iluna o ka eheu
  • 8) Ia Laieikawai me kona kahu ma ka hale, mahope iho o ke kauoha ana a kona kupunawahine.
  • 9) Ia Laielohelohe ma i hiki aku ai ma ka hale a Kekalukaluokewa e noho ana, aia hoi e hiamoe mai ana laua ma kahi hookahi, ua hoouhiia i ka aahu hookahi, e moe ana nae i ka ona a ka awa.
  • 10) Ia hiki ana mai o Mokukelekahiki ma ma ka hale e moe nei ka moo.
  • 11) ‘He looks at you and sees you're hale and hearty, he'll say, go home, don't bother, don't do anything until you find something like a loss of appetite, weight loss and so on, then come back to me…’
  • 12) ‘Pray that those around you are hale and hearty because then only can you live happily and peacefully.’
  • 13) ‘I know it will be better with the distraction of new kitties in the house but I simply can't welcome the additions until Dr. Susan tells me they are hale and hearty.’
  • 14) ‘His family are enormously proud of their dad and one of his daughters tells me that Willie is hale and hearty and had just sown a lawn with her the evening we spoke.’
  • 15) ‘Fr. Frank's mother is the former Kate Groarke from Dalton and she is still hale and hearty in the Windy City.’
  • 16) ‘She was hale and hearty when she attracted the recent party and all the Scully family wish her health and happiness for the future.’
  • 17) ‘His mom is still hale and hearty and is living in Bronxville in Westchester County.’
  • 18) ‘But, as the teacher said, he was hale and hearty.’
  • 19) ‘The cloned soldiers look, think, and act alike, and their performance in battle proves beyond a doubt that they are hearty and hale members of the human race.’
  • 20) ‘Save the odd case, this year has been good, the flock is hale and hearty, with strong wings and cheerful hearts.’
  • 21) ‘Paddy is still hale and hearty and in good health and as well he still continues his usual interests.’
  • 22) ‘Since so many people from that street are sill hale and hearty, there should be a ken interest in the event.’
  • 23) ‘He said: ‘It's wonderful that he is looking so hale and hearty.’’
  • 24) ‘John, who is in his mid 80s, is still hale and hearty and is enjoying his retirement in his native Knockeenahone, having retired from the Diocese of Leeds in England about ten years ago.’
  • 25) ‘Margaret the mother of eleven children, 29 grandchildren and Great Grandmother of three is hale and hearty and welcomed all who came to deliver their congratulations.’
  • 26) ‘Yes, it's 50 years since Jimmy and Peggy walked down the aisle and thank God Jimmy and Peggy are still hale and hearty today, and one couldn't meet a nicer or more loving couple.’
  • 27) ‘Seamus is still hale and hearty and over the years was a great community activist, progressive farmer and powerful drams enthusiast - both on and off the stage.’
  • 28) ‘Still hale and hearty, Bridie was in great form on the night, socialising with everyone present and performed her own party piece to rapturous applause.’
  • 29) ‘A hale and hearty friend was earnestly counting the number of weekends she had left to live - given the average length of years a woman might live.’
  • 30) ‘Special mention should be made of two very sporting grannies who, despite their years, were able to mix it up with the best of them and came home hale and hearty.’
  • 31) ‘Before I could say anything I felt myself being dragged, somehow I managed to grab Tori's shirt haling him to his feet, and dragging him along behind me.’
  • 32) ‘Tomorrow he will be haled before a court for his crimes.’
  • 33) ‘In any case, the death of Pelléas is a crude murder by a crazed enemy, whose depravity has already been manifest in the horrendous scene in which Golaud hales Mélisande up and down by the hair of her lovely head.’
  • 34) ‘He talks about his love of music, quoting Shakespeare: ‘Isn't it strange that sheep guts should hale souls out of men's bodies?’’
  • 35) ‘‘Eric either you tell us what's wrong now, or I'll hale it out of you,’ I told him.’

Examples

  • 1) Unions and politicians last night hailed the deal.
  • 2) As the birds hit the plane, it felt as if we were being pelted by heavy rain or hail.
  • 3) This app lets you hail a taxi with the push of a button.
  • 4) The clause was removed amid a hail of criticism.
  • 5) Theoretically you cannot hail one but it is worth a try!
  • 6) The three were hailed as heroes of the hour.
  • 7) We may also have hail and thunder.
  • 8) Then there was a hail storm that took us off air for a while.
  • 9) The three were last night being hailed as heroes.
  • 10) But as they tried to save his life they were subjected a hail of abuse.
  • 11) So why does hail come in spring?
  • 12) Lawyers at the time hailed the sentence as a sign of the impartiality of the law.
  • 13) And which celeb will be hailing a taxi home?
  • 14) The football world should rise to hail one of the last of its legends.
  • 15) Dry air drawn into the top of a thunderstorm is cooled and dragged down in showers of hail and rain.
  • 16) Education should be the means by which those who hail from diverse backgrounds will become more familiar with each other.
  • 17) The technology will also be used to assess damage caused by hail, birds and other objects.
  • 18) And they faced a hail of criticism last night for lining their pockets at taxpayers' expense.
  • 19) LONDON was brought to a standstill as thousands of fans hailed the champions.
  • 20) The term hail was a common mode of salutation to a king, or even to a friend.
  • 21) After marching for an hour toward the city center, they encountered what he described as a hail of gunfire volleyed by Gaddafi forces into the crowd.
  • 22) After marching for an hour toward the city center, they encountered what he described as a hail of gunfire directed by Gaddafi forces into the crowd.
  • 23) The second is thematic, the third is what I call a hail Mary choice, and the fourth is what I call a comfort choice.
  • 24) That's when Craig Johnson sought what he called a "hail Mary" civil commitment hearing, seeking to keep Johnson off the streets.
  • 25) The "hail" is Jehovah's wrathful visitation (Isa 30: 30; 28: 2, 17).
  • 26) Next Post I've never been prouder to hail from the 708 area code than I am today
  • 27) He's used his national recruiting connections to create geographic diversity — the five players expected to make their commitment official on signing day each hail from a different state.
  • 28) ‘Estimates of the amount of rain and hail which fell on Tuesday ranged from 30 mm to 75 mm in 15 minutes.’
  • 29) ‘Thunderstorms sometimes drop balls of ice known as hail in addition to rain.’
  • 30) ‘Weather conditions could hardly have been worse for the event with a strong biting wind and frequent wintry showers of rain and hail putting a damper on proceedings.’
  • 31) ‘The conditions had a major influence on this game with a strong, gusting wind blowing up the field, bringing with it freezing showers of rain and hail.’
  • 32) ‘The capital is again bearing the brunt of the bitter weather with freezing winds, rain and hail showers.’
  • 33) ‘These kinds of storms can produce rain, hail snow, thunder and lightning.’
  • 34) ‘Wind hit an estimated 140 mph in Tennessee and the storms carried torrential rain and golf-ball-sized hail.’
  • 35) ‘The clouds parted and a torrent of rain and hail flowed down toward the earth.’
  • 36) ‘It was practically dark as we prepared to put the sign onto the posts when a strong wind stormed through bringing an icy rain and hail with it.’
  • 37) ‘On the second day, a storm of biblical proportions unleashes hail, rain and floods that carry away valuable equipment on rivers of mud.’
  • 38) ‘Pedestrians and motorcyclists sought shelter when the storm invaded the city and delivered hail and heavy rain.’
  • 39) ‘Tomorrow's forecast is for a cold, windy day with some risk of sleet and hail showers, although the worst effects of the storm will have passed by 6am.’
  • 40) ‘We had a blizzard, with hail, snow, rain and strong wind - we were terrified.’
  • 41) ‘Actually building something was very satisfying and I cracked on through the rain and hail to complete it.’
  • 42) ‘He had been hiking near his family's cabin in the mountains when a storm came in and it started pouring down rain and hail.’
  • 43) ‘It was a very windy day, with great black clouds and blinding hail: a real storm.’
  • 44) ‘A nest was considered storm-destroyed if it was flattened by wind or badly damaged by hail or rain.’
  • 45) ‘It was raining hail and ice, and I looked on as the waves fiercely crashed against the shoreline.’
  • 46) ‘Soybeans stunted by lack of rain or damaged by hail can be salvaged as hay or silage.’
  • 47) ‘Outside, the rain turned to pellets of hail, clattering against the house.’
  • 48) ‘Firefighters came under attack from a hail of stones hurled by children as young as 10.’
  • 49) ‘The trickle of arrows became a hail of missiles, then, hurled with deadly accuracy.’
  • 50) ‘She grabbed the bucket and, amid a hail of artillery fire, crossed the battery to the well.’
  • 51) ‘If I did that one his way, the groom would have died in a hail of bullets before I got to say ‘I Do.’’
  • 52) ‘The nephew and the bodyguards appear to have realized that they were in hostile territory, and tried to withdraw, but the effort was met with a hail of bullets.’
  • 53) ‘So they looked at each other, under a hail of stones and bricks, shrugged, and as one, stopped to the pavement to pick up the stones which had been hurled at them by the students, and flung them right back.’
  • 54) ‘I recall accosting some rowdy teenagers outside my house: my few cautionary words were met with a hail of stones, too small to injure but enough to frighten and humiliate.’
  • 55) ‘Does someone else have to have a hail of bullets fired into their bedroom window before something is done?’
  • 56) ‘Over the weekend, a 13-year-old Brooklyn boy used his own body to shield a young girl from a hail of bullets.’
  • 57) ‘Needless to say he came of worse and, in fact, nobody else was injured apart from the hapless chap who was quickly dispatched to the afterlife in a hail of well-aimed bullets.’
  • 58) ‘The records showed his plan had been scotched by a hail of objections from all four of our adjoining neighbours - plus, it seemed, one other mystery objector.’
  • 59) ‘His body twisted and contorted under a hail of bullets.’
  • 60) ‘A phrase I wrote here not long ago has unleashed a hail of furious and strikingly similar emails.’
  • 61) ‘But firefighters also had to contend with a hail of stones and water bombs from the children who crowded around them as they fought the fire.’
  • 62) ‘Running towards the house alone, through a hail of bullets, he threw bombs at the position and silenced the gun.’
  • 63) ‘If attackers do pop up, a hail of 10 mm projectiles can be fired at them in seconds.’
  • 64) ‘And she says she will always treasure the memory of his last kiss and hug before seconds later he died in a hail of bullets.’
  • 65) ‘Despite being shot in the leg, she drove though a hail of bullets before a colleague took her to hospital where doctors are battling to save her limb.’
  • 66) ‘She picked up a hail of bad words from several of the other drivers.’
  • 67) ‘They drove straight through the roadblock in a hail of bullets.’
  • 68) ‘I rush round closing all the windows and notice it is hailing.’
  • 69) ‘Yesterday it hailed so hard it looked like snow.’
  • 70) ‘It was raining and hailing, the weather was very poor.’
  • 71) ‘Two minutes later, it was sleeting and hailing, we were both soaked to the skin, and we were both bloody miserable.’
  • 72) ‘It was an overcast morning with thunderstorms predicted, and although it rained and hailed around lunchtime, most of the day remained fine.’
  • 73) ‘Well, actually, in the City it was usually raining, or hailing, or giant-asteroiding, but that's beside the point.’
  • 74) ‘The multi-coloured roofs twinkle from a distance in the occasional sunshine, but usually it's raining or hailing.’
  • 75) ‘In a city where it hardly even rains, it hailed last night.’
  • 76) ‘Last night it hailed a couple of times so we got a picture of it. I’
  • 77) ‘I may bridle at the strange young thing who rings up out of the blue and breezily hails me by my first name but it does not help when the company she represents can only be reached through her.’
  • 78) ‘A dive master hails me from a nearby floating group, ‘Any idea what that was?’’
  • 79) ‘One of them hails me at the fuel pump in order to report that her sister has tried to read the book.’
  • 80) ‘I much prefer if you type a short paragraph hailing me up (saying hello) rather than being included in a list of names.’
  • 81) ‘She hailed me like an old friend and said: ‘Your new skirt looks great!’’
  • 82) ‘They cheerfully hailed us in Dari, then Urdu, then broken English.’
  • 83) ‘One Sunday morning I was hailed by a trader known as The Banana King who used more pure oratory selling a bunch of bananas than any politician had used since Churchill.’
  • 84) ‘Once a member of our Parish hailed me on the street and invited me to enter his house.’
  • 85) ‘He hailed me at half-past nine in Trafalgar Square.’
  • 86) ‘If I want the views of a cab driver I'll hail a taxi, thanks.’
  • 87) ‘Keeping in mind that the fact that I was female, alone and in one of the worst neighborhoods in New York I hailed a Taxi cab that was in desperate need of a car wash.’
  • 88) ‘Finally the security hailed a taxi cab and pushed us in and it drove away.’
  • 89) ‘But there is not enough room for the six members of our tour, so he hails another taxi, which also stops instantly.’
  • 90) ‘To hail a taxi or bus, one wags a finger or fingers depending on the number of passengers in need of a ride.’
  • 91) ‘These vehicles are the only ones licensed and insured to ply for hire, that is take passengers from the taxi ranks or be hailed in the street.’
  • 92) ‘I can walk, I can run, I can hop onto a bus, I can try the Tube, I could hail a taxi, I can see if there's a train.’
  • 93) ‘Absentmindedly, she hailed a taxi and entered, telling the driver her address before sinking into the seat.’
  • 94) ‘He walked with his chin tucked under his overcoat collar, his hand out to hail a taxi.’
  • 95) ‘I gave the car a wide berth as it began to smoulder, and hailed a taxi.’
  • 96) ‘On Saturday afternoon, a friend (also a wheelchair user) and I were trying to hail a taxi on Charing Cross Road.’
  • 97) ‘Soon I give up and, nerves snapping, fight my way down teeming concrete canyons to a roundabout where I manage to hail an antiquated taxi.’
  • 98) ‘Michelle took us out for supper, explained how to hail a taxi in Hong Kong and helped us shop for some food for breakfast.’
  • 99) ‘A man who looks like a business executive talks into a mobile phone as he tries to hail a taxi.’
  • 100) ‘Opting against hailing a taxi, she took the car, figuring that she needed some practice.’
  • 101) ‘As soon as I left, I hailed the first available taxi, and within an hour I was on the plane to Washington.’
  • 102) ‘Five minutes later they were out on the sidewalk, hailing a taxi.’
  • 103) ‘The next thing she was aware of was hailing a taxi outside the airport, and someone touching her arm lightly.’
  • 104) ‘She hailed a taxi and headed straight for his house.’
  • 105) ‘I didn't know what else to do, so I hailed a taxi and came here.’
  • 106) ‘On the one hand it was hailed as groundbreaking and praised for encouraging debate.’
  • 107) ‘However, the fourth Sunday of Lent was hailed as a day for honouring mothers, when servants would have the day off and be encouraged to return home.’
  • 108) ‘They were then ushered into the airport's arrivals terminal where they were hailed as heroes by fans who had turned up to welcome the athletes home.’
  • 109) ‘The book had appeared the year before, to much acclaim; it was hailed as a masterpiece of the age.’
  • 110) ‘When the traffic police mooted a proposal to ban parking on the city's arterial roads two years ago, it was hailed as the most revolutionary move.’
  • 111) ‘Last year's inaugural event was hailed as an outstanding success and this year promises to be no less an occasion with a very busy and interesting schedule of events planned.’
  • 112) ‘The 1984 elections were hailed as fair by both the international media and observing organisations, something that has not happened since.’
  • 113) ‘This event was hailed as ‘a major step towards successful production of animal organs and cells for human transplantation’.’
  • 114) ‘This prospect is frequently hailed as facilitating a return to the pristine, paradigmatic democracies of ancient Greece.’
  • 115) ‘It was hailed as the sensation of the festival - a film so shocking and scandalous that it required an official warning on the tickets to alert those of a sensitive disposition.’
  • 116) ‘Working too much takes its toll on people's health and relationships, yet most workaholics are hailed as heroes, or at least model employees.’
  • 117) ‘The election was hailed as a victory for the left.’
  • 118) ‘Both show are hailed as great by some and hated by others.’
  • 119) ‘Again, like all other ‘fad’ diets, it is hailed as being simple to do.’
  • 120) ‘When the vaccine was introduced in 1988 it was hailed as the key to eradicating the three childhood diseases measles, mumps and rubella in this country.’
  • 121) ‘Its relatively peaceful transition from apartheid to multiracial democracy was rightly hailed as a miracle.’
  • 122) ‘Looking at some of their efforts, I suspect that if they spell their name correctly it is hailed as a triumph, and incorrectly, as expressionism.’
  • 123) ‘Instead of being kicked out as cowards they were hailed as heroes.’
  • 124) ‘This target was hailed as completely unreasonable by the agricultural sector, and she was derided for lack of consultation.’
  • 125) ‘Three quick-thinking passers-by were today hailed as heroes for saving a man's life with emergency first aid as he lay on the pavement.’
  • 126) ‘Gladys, a former mill worker, originally hails from Castleford but has lived in Haworth for most of her life.’
  • 127) ‘Wayne originally hails from Wexford and has lived in Sligo for almost ten years.’
  • 128) ‘Humble origin and hailing from a small town of Kakinada do not appear to deter him.’
  • 129) ‘He hails from Prestwich and has lived most of his life in and around Bury, apart from the ten years he spent working in television in London.’
  • 130) ‘He hails from Virginia but has resided for several years in the Swinford area.’
  • 131) ‘Although hailing from York originally, the family moved to Yeadon during the war.’
  • 132) ‘Originally he hailed from Malaysia, then studied architecture at Oxford, qualifying in 1984.’
  • 133) ‘Despite my strong Scottish ties, all I knew about my ancestors was that they had originally hailed from Africa.’
  • 134) ‘Though based in Glasgow, three members of the band originally hail from the north-east of Scotland.’
  • 135) ‘The sisters, who originally hail from Ramsbottom, took ten months to set up the new business.’
  • 136) ‘hail, ye lone voices in the wilderness!’
  • 137) ‘hail good citizens!’
  • 138) ‘hail, good old stranger!’
  • 139) ‘Include as many hails of derisive laughter in your answer as possible.’
  • 140) ‘We have received your hails and are willing to accept you and any wounded, so long as you disarm and power down.’
  • 141) ‘The Radar has just entered out jurisdiction and is not responding to our hails.’
  • 142) ‘She shook her head, her pink hair flowing around her face as the communications officer answered, ‘No response to standard hails.’’
  • 143) ‘There's no response to hails, but they probably just use an unknown channel.’
  • 144) ‘She is not answering our hails and has not decelerated.’
  • 145) ‘She looked at the view screen awaiting a response to the hails.’
  • 146) ‘Now Central would be wondering what was wrong, why he wasn't answering the hails.’
  • 147) ‘The craft did not make a hostile move toward the science vessel, but did not respond to hails.’
  • 148) ‘All relays aren't responding to our hails, and contact with the fleet is severed.’
  • 149) ‘Maybe it was because your fleet was too high and mighty to respond to our previous hails.’
  • 150) ‘She puffs on a cigarette, hails departing guests, gossips with regulars, accepts congratulations.’
  • 151) ‘A moment later the whole ship was ringing with cheers and hails.’
  • 152) ‘Her hails had the desired effect, and Mark stopped and turned.’
  • 153) ‘The mystery ship did not respond to hails and fired on Japanese ships when they approached.’
  • 154) ‘Sitting inside the venue, I could easily feel the radiant enthusiasm of spectators as hails, whistles and waving fluorescent sticks accompanied the name of every familiar Chinese star that the host announced.’
  • 155) ‘Young, hyper children sped along the quiet roads and cracked sidewalks, throwing their arms up in their imaginary play and bursting out hails of the loudest cries their lungs could take.’
  • 156) ‘Gandalf hails Theoden, but the King is angry with him.’
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