verb (used with object), haled, hal·ing.
Words nearby hale
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OTHER WORDS FROM halehal·er, noun
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According to Hales, Florence was a town ruled by and for men.
“I was so taken by the idea that she was an Italian woman,” Hales told The Daily Beast.
By embracing celibacy, Hales is embarking upon one of the only sanctioned paths for LGBT students at BYU.
He wold pull downe my hales and castles, And reeve me of my life.A Book of Ballads, Volume 1|Various
“My friend, Mr. Smith,” announced Hales, as Mr. Smith joined them.Stepsons of Light|Eugene Manlove Rhodes
“Twenty-five, or twenty-seven if we count in Hales and Cruickshank,” answered Carter.A Middy in Command|Harry Collingwood
Hales remained with Barnum for some years, in the course of which he visited most of the cities and towns in America.Norfolk Annals|Charles Mackie
It may, I think, be said that Hales deserved the title usually given to Priestley, viz.