English words and Examples of Usage

use "hail" in a sentence

Hail roughly the size of tennis balls hammered the small community.

As day broke, they were killed in a hail of gunfire and explosions.

He said the hail ranged from the size of a golf ball to a tennis ball.

View photos The pledgers are now 137 strong and hail from 14 countries.

Two women helped her as she overheard someone saying a Hail Mary.

MLS at 20: Two decades of soccer in the U.S. 9 photos Hail to the Chief.

He is revered as one of the greatest artists to hail from Saxony.

She called the announcement "a Hail Mary by a government's that's dying."

"I sold 1,548 pounds to Ocean View Fisheries, my hail in was 1,500 pounds.

The hail was so bad I thought it was going to crack my windshield, she said.

Some studies hail it as a success for breaking up the concentration of poverty.

With the world waiting to hail FIFA's progress, the president took center stage.

After the hail subsided, the rain brought an "amazing lightning storm," he said.

The teams, which feature two golfers a piece, hail from 29 states and four countries.

And they should say, `If this is our Hail Mary, what a scary, scary place we are in."

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