EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HALE

Southey is as hale as ever, and writes with his usual diligence.

Hale wrote his ‘Contemplations’ while travelling on circuit.

The hale can look after themselves, but he is helpless, and will need a friend.'

Hale remarked that she looked very young to have four children. '

He was hale and hearty, though more than eighty years of age.

Robert saw he had a benevolent face; that he was hale and hearty.

Hale would have spoken, but an impatient gesture from his companions stopped him.

Hale was obliged to admit that he had only taken Eagle's Court in the early spring.

"But the express messenger and the driver were armed," continued Hale.

Hale's arm was stiffened to his side by a wet, clinging snow-wreath.

WORD ORIGIN

"healthy," Old English hal "healthy, entire, uninjured" (see health). The Scottish and northern English form of whole; it was given a literary sense of "free from infirmity" (1734). Related: Haleness.

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