dale[ deyl ]SEE DEFINITION OF dale
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DALE
For the purposes of this book we may consider Richmond as the gateway of the dale country.
Mrs. Cambray put in a word of hope and fear about Vicar's Dale.
Then I like conscience in them I have to dale with sartainly.
"Dale, I have been looking into the records of this Michael Strange," he said quietly.
I repeat, Dale, that I enjoy the irony of fate, especially when I can control it.
"And now for the little exhibition of which I spoke, Dale," he murmured.
In the spring of 1801 Commodore Dale was sent with a squadron on that errand.
You know it's the custom in the dale for a friend of the family to attend to these offices.
The sound of a bell, slowly tolling, came from across the dale.
Half a score of the riff-raff of the dale were seated amid clouds of smoke.