HAIL Sentence, Example and UsageExamples and usage of HAIL in prose and poetry
Usage of "HAIL": Examples from famous English Poetry
To better understand the meaning of HAIL, certain examples of its usage are presented.Examples from famous English prose on the use of the word HAIL
"When they're deep they won't stop for a hail"- The word/phrase 'hail' was used by 'Mark Twain' in 'The adventures of huckleberry finn'.
"We are paying with hail and gale for the tropical beginning of the month"- 'Vladimir Nabokov' has used the hail in the novel Lolita.
"I, for my part, hail the advent of mr. lydgate"- To understand the meaning of hail, please see the following usage by George Eliot in Middlemarch.
Usage of "HAIL" in sentences
"Your cross through flame and hail"
- This term hail was used by Wilfred Owen in the Poem Greater love.
"When skies are cold and misty, and hail is hurling"
- This term hail was used by Robert Bridges in the Poem A passer-by.
"Leap through the hail of screaming shell"
- This term hail was used by Oscar Wilde in the Poem Ave imperatrix.
"Unsettled weather with rain and hail and sunshine coming one right after the other"
"A race against hail or cold rains or some other elemental catastrophe"
"A hail of pebbles"