English words and Examples of Usage

Example Sentences for "hail"

Hail destroys hundreds of millions of dollars' worth of crops and property each yearI was woken up in the night by the sound of hail hitting the bedroom window.

Hail destroys hundreds of millions of dollars' worth of crops and property each year.

Hail is not seasonal, so it can occur at any time of year.

After the storm, we found pieces of hail that were the size of golf balls.

It hailed outside last night, and all my flowers have been flattened.

We missed the bus, so I had to hail a taxi.

We hailed a cab to take us to the theater.

We tried to hail Clifford from across the room, but he didn't notice us.

The soldiers have been hailed as heroes by the President.

The policeman was hailed by the mayor for saving a baby from a burning apartment building.

The soldiers were killed in a hail of bullets as they tried to reach the enemy's position.

In the late nineteenth century, cocaine was hailed as a wonder drug.

The President was greeted with a hail of angry insults when he tried to speak to the crowd.

The entire corn crop was destroyed by hail during the storm.

He grew up in London, though he originally hails from Glasgow.

An Italian proverb suggests, Mother-in-law and daughter-in-law, storm and hail.

Gladiators in Rome greeted the Roman Emperor by saying, Hail Caesar; those who are about to die salute you!

African-American abolitionist Maria Stewart once declared, If I conceived of there being no possibility of my rising above the condition of servant, I would gladly hail death as a welcome messenger.

Find someone who likes to go outside when it is hailing.


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