/ (keɪl) /

  1. a variant spelling of kale 1

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How to use kail in a sentence

  • The kail grows brittle from the snow in my dank and cheerless garden.

    Auld Licht Idylls | J. M. Barrie
  • The evergreens, kail-stocks, pan-cakes, and buns have the same significations as they had in generations past.

  • Bow-kail Salad—Put one-half cup of vinegar and one tablespoonful of butter to heat in a double boiler.

    Suppers | Paul Pierce
  • He said, “he would set up for them an engine little bigger than a kail-pot, that would clear them out in a week.”

    Lives of the Engineers | Samuel Smiles
  • Once, I'll confess, he troubled me, but the man is now no more than a rotten kail-stock so far as my household is concerned.

    Doom Castle | Neil Munro