gale[ geyl ]SEE DEFINITION OF gale
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GALE
The gale must have set us a long way to leeward, as we did not get in for a fortnight.
That night the gale broke, and before morning it had materially moderated.
This gale commenced in the afternoon, and blew very heavily all that night.
During this gale, I had a proof of the truth that "where the treasure is, there will the heart be also."
I knew she was overloaded, and was afraid of the effects of a gale.
At Zierikzee, in Zeeland, a whale has been stranded by a high tide and a gale of wind.
For two days the gale blew unceasingly and held us prisoners in our camp.
When morning came the sky was a turquoise and the wind a gale.
Or dost thou dread the billows' rage, Or tremble at the gale?
All Kung could notice was that the gale roared about his ears.