Usage examples for gale

  1. " We missed our afternoon trip down to the village," she said, " but no one would care to walk in this gale, and even- why, who-? – Dorothy Dainty at Glenmore by Amy Brooks
  2. But there wuzn't the ghost of a gale! – Black Beetles in Amber by Ambrose Bierce
  3. There I was, helpless, and it began to blow a gale. – Nature's Serial Story by E. P. Roe
  4. Turn the hands up, Mr Gale. – Old Jack by W.H.G. Kingston
  5. " But wait a minute, Mr. Gale-" " Not in this office," Roger said. – His Family by Ernest Poole
  6. I told them that I thought the gale was breaking, and that we might have fair weather again before the morning. – Hurricane Hurry by W.H.G. Kingston
  7. " Good- morning, Mr. Gale," he said, as Roger came into the office one day. – His Family by Ernest Poole
  8. To them the sand- storms of the desert were not strange; and with the knowledge born of experience they made preparations for " riding out the gale," when the low, dark cloud first appeared in the eastern horizon. – Dick in the Desert by James Otis
  9. But Blackeyes, without any ill- nature, I think, which was not in her, had got into the gale. – Daisy by Elizabeth Wetherell
  10. The gale was too much for it. – The Mystery of the Hasty Arrow by Anna Katharine Green
  11. If Mr. Gale and I will find you a new place, will you try to keep it? – Andy Grant's Pluck by Horatio Alger
  12. At this very moment he thought he could hear that dead voice calling down the gale. – Lysbeth A Tale Of The Dutch by H. Rider Haggard
  13. I think we must bear up, for the gale shows no signs of breaking. – Newton Forster by Frederick Marryat
  14. " I should like to try the boat some time, Mr. Gale," he said. – Andy Grant's Pluck by Horatio Alger
  15. The summer of 1666 was likewise hot and dry, and a furious gale blew for weeks together. – Milton's England by Lucia Ames Mead
  16. It was at noon- there was a heavy sea, but not a gale. – Correspondence & Conversations of Alexis de Tocqueville with Nassau William Senior from 1834 to 1859, Vol. 2 by Alexis de Tocqueville
  17. As they drove the boat into the storm, Captain realized the difficulty of working their way against the gale. – Pardners by Rex Beach
  18. 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. – An Open-Eyed Conspiracy--An Idyl of Saratoga by William Dean Howells
  19. A gale blew south- west by west, full in their teeth. – The Life of Captain Matthew Flinders by Ernest Scott
  20. Wind is all right in its place, and in moderation, but a steady gale gets on the nerves in time. – Fore! by Charles Emmett Van Loan