- faʻauivalaauo se faailohails
Noun(1) precipitation of ice pellets when there are strong rising air currents(2) many objects thrown forcefully through the air(3) enthusiastic greeting
Verb(1) praise vociferously(2) be a native of(3) call for(4) greet enthusiastically or joyfully(5) precipitate as small ice particles
(1) I can walk, I can run, I can hop onto a bus, I can try the Tube, I could hail a taxi, I can see if there's a train.(2) Tomorrow's forecast is for a cold, windy day with some risk of sleet and hail showers, although the worst effects of the storm will have passed by 6am.(3) Running towards the house alone, through a hail of bullets, he threw bombs at the position and silenced the gun.(4) He had been hiking near his family's cabin in the mountains when a storm came in and it started pouring down rain and hail .(5) Estimates of the amount of rain and hail which fell on Tuesday ranged from 30 mm to 75 mm in 15 minutes.(6) On the second day, a storm of biblical proportions unleashes hail , rain and floods that carry away valuable equipment on rivers of mud.(7) His body twisted and contorted under a hail of bullets.(8) they hail from Turkey(9) It was practically dark as we prepared to put the sign onto the posts when a strong wind stormed through bringing an icy rain and hail with it.(10) Does someone else have to have a hail of bullets fired into their bedroom window before something is done?(11) I recall accosting some rowdy teenagers outside my house: my few cautionary words were met with a hail of stones, too small to injure but enough to frighten and humiliate.(12) she raised her hand to hail a cab(13) She grabbed the bucket and, amid a hail of artillery fire, crossed the battery to the well.(14) These kinds of storms can produce rain, hail snow, thunder and lightning.(15) She picked up a hail of bad words from several of the other drivers.(16) A nest was considered storm-destroyed if it was flattened by wind or badly damaged by hail or rain.
1. barrage ::
2. call out to ::
valaau atu i
3. flag down ::
fuʻa i lalo
4. acclaim ::
5. come from ::
e oo mai i
6. beat ::
7. herald ::
8. come ::
Different Formshail, hailed, hailing, hails
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