noun Informal: Sometimes Offensive.
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Once we got that big hair on her, she found her inner Italian; her inner Long Island gal.
That would be Nobel Prize winner Marie Curie, the gal who discovered radioactive polonium.
Gal Gadot, an Israeli actress and supermodel, has been charged with bringing the super heroine to the big screen.
Not only is Gal an amazing actress, but she also has that magical quality that makes her perfect for the role.
That gal radiates a desire to win so raw it chills the blood.How Bad Is It? Even Ann Coulter Has Turned On Conservatives|Michelle Cottle|October 15, 2013|DAILY BEAST
So Devil go an' lock up the gal in a bar, an' lef' the old lady to watch if the gal is going to get 'way.
No doubt the chief got to tellin' her of Allen Rivers's shanty, of his wife and kids, and set her wishin' fer the gal.Indian and Scout|F. S. Brereton
Talking an' talking they bring up some talk about this gal, that everybody go for her she refuse.
The dep'ty he 'lowed ez no gal hed ever made so much fun o' him, an' Amos 'lowed ez D'rindy didn't make game o' him.The Prophet of the Great Smoky Mountains|Charles Egbert Craddock
No, Jim you never forgot that, and you never will; and how do you s'pose Mansfield will feel ef you leave his gal in the same fix?The Frontier Angel|Edward S. Ellis
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Word Origin and History for gal
slang pronunciation of girl, 1795, execrated as a Cockney vulgarism. Gal Friday is 1940, in reference to "Robinson Crusoe."