Sentence for gale | Use gale in a sentence

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  • At night it blew a gale. (10)
  • We got into a regular gale. (9)
  • The hard dry gale increased. (10)
  • You have to weather a gale, Tony. (10)
  • She felt as a leaf that has been flying before the gale. (10)
  • In a few minutes the violence of the gale abated, and a heavy rain set in. (20)
  • It became a gale of fun, and in the height of it Dan slipped and fell with his partner. (9)
  • The chief interpreter of public opinion caught the way of the wind and headed the gale. (10)
  • It began to rain, and heavy storm-clouds, driven by the rising gale, swept over the whole sky. (20)
  • When you ask me a thing I tell you just what I think, and it seems to set you off in a perfect gale. (9)
  • I appealed to Temple, whether he thought it possible to read law-books in a cockboat in a gale of wind. (10)
  • There among the conscious arbours Sounds of soft tumultuous wail, Mysteries of love, melodious, Came upon the lyric gale! (10)
  • Over and over Lady Charlotte drove her flocks, of much the same pattern, like billows before a piping gale. (10)
  • The willows on the bank bent down like corn in a summer gale, and showed their leaves all white in the sunlight. (20)
  • How can Philosophy minister to raw wounds, when we are in a rageing gale of the vexations, battered to right and left! (10)
  • We all gave way in a gale of laughter, and sat down on the verandah and had our joke out in full recognition of the fact. (9)
  • At the same time, the wind freshened into half a gale, and another heavy discharge of rain came flying up out of the north. (2)
  • And this laughter of reason refreshed is floriferous, like the magical great gale of the shifty Spring deciding for Summer. (10)
  • Down came her main-topsail, but as long as her head-sails hung out she could keep before the gale, and try to weather the bar. (18)
  • A double watch was called on deck and the Holker tacked into the teeth of the gale until the capes were fully two hours astern. (18)
  • Our loose rigging stood straight out in the blast, and the hastily-furled sails fluttered like clewed-up top-sails in an Atlantic gale. (20)

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Definition of gale:

  • gale, gl, n. a strong wind between a stiff breeze and a hurricane: (_coll._) a state of noisy excitement. (0) | gale, gl, n. a shrub growing in marshy spots, usually called sweet-gale. (0) | gale, gl, n. a periodic payment of rent. (0)

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