Hail Definition

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# Sentence Times
1. 'Somebody hailing us,'said Hunter, who was on guard. 1
2. " hail Mary full of Grace the Lord is with thee. 1
3. "I didn't realize there were restaurants like this," marveled Spangler to her friends, who hail from Knoxville, Tennessee, and I worked in restaurants for 20 years. 1
4. 42nd Street, a hugely successful stage musical, tells the story of an up-and-coming chorus girl who hails from Allentown, Pennsylvania, and arrives in New York City to pursue a Broadway career. 1
5. A brother or sister for the couple's five-year-old daughter Hailie might not be imminent, though. 0
6. A Cool Million is hailed as the first complete disavowal of the American dream of success because it launches an unprecedentedly direct and profound flog on the national myth. 1
7. A distant cousin had once ended up in the hail. 1
8. A few writers of contemporary renown also hail from this area, as do some sports figures. 1
9. A hail cloud model that is two dimensional elastic non hydrostatic, uses a terrain following coordinate system and includes double parameters for ice phase microphysics, has been developed. 1
10. A hail of arrows descended from the tower. 1
11. A hailstone hit the county on Monday, and caused losses to the banana production. 1
12. A hailstorm hurt the apple crop. 1
13. A lot of the mercury in oceangoing fish also hails from sources abroad. 1
14. A loud hail from across the compound broke into her thoughts. 1
15. A nearby volcano erupted violently, sending out a hail of molten rock and boiling mud. 1
16. A police patrol boat hailed to us to come to. 1
17. A religious sect originating in Jamaica whose members worship Haile Selassie as savior and regard Africa, especially Ethiopia, as the Promised Land. 0
18. A rosary having beads for five decades of hail Marys. 1
19. A shower of hail bounced off Granny's pointy hat and Oats's wide brim. 1
20. A Shower of rain drove down upon us, each drop stinging like a hailstone. 1
21. A young man is being hailed a hero tonight after rescuing two children. 1
22. According to analyses of the data from radar and lightning counter, the supercell structure, the supersession propagation on the right flank and life characteristics of this hailstorm are presented. 1
23. Adopts floor panel heating with recycled-air system locally in the hail of the main building to reduce energy consumption. 1
24. After a moment, her knees gave way and she slithered to the floor in a clattering hail of cutlery. 1
25. After analyzing the seeding function of the improved model and the microphysics processes of seeding ice crystal, as well as its effect in hail suppression. 1
26. After seven holes, Bolas, who hails from Beau Desert, was as many as seven over par. 1
27. After the whole morning's hard work, we cleaned tile ow on the road, and:we went home haily . 1
28. After the whole morning's work, we cleaned tile ow on the road, and: we went home haily. 1
29. Ahoy! Ferry passengers hail a large cruise ship at the Karakoy port, near Istanbul's historic center. Cruise and freight ships are common sights in this water-bound city. 1
30. Alex Wood, the head teacher of Wester Haile Education Centre in Edinburgh, says they should examine their consciences, inferring that there is something immoral about the private sector. 0
 

Hail

[hāl]

NOUN

hails (third person present) · hailed (past tense) · hailed (past participle) · hailing (present participle)

  - pellets of frozen rain which fall in showers from cumulonimbus clouds.

VERB

hails (third person present) · hailed (past tense) · hailed (past participle) · hailing (present participle)

  - (of a large number of objects) fall or be hurled forcefully.

VERB

hails (plural noun)

  - call out to (someone) to attract attention.

  - acclaim enthusiastically as being a specified thing.

EXCLAMATION
archaic

  - expressing greeting or acclaim.

NOUN

  - a shout or call used to attract attention.

Synonyms

List of Prefixes

A-
Afro-
After-
Ambi-
Amphi-
An-
Ana-
Anglo-
Ante-
Anti-
Ap-
Apo-
Arch-
Astro-
Auto-
Back-
Be-
Bi-

List of Suffixes

-Acy
-Al
-Ance
-Ence
-Dom
-Er
-Or
-Ism
-Ist
-Ity
-Ty
-Ment
-Ness
-Ship
-Sion
-Tion
-Ate
-En