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Synonyms for hail

salute

flag down

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hail from somewhere

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  • come from
  • be born in
  • originate in
  • be a native of
  • have your roots in

hailstones

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rain

rain

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Synonyms for hail

a concentrated outpouring, as of missiles, words, or blows

to approach for the purpose of speech

to address in a friendly and respectful way

to have as one's home or place of origin

an expression, in words or gestures, marking a meeting of persons

Synonyms for hail

precipitation of ice pellets when there are strong rising air currents

many objects thrown forcefully through the air

enthusiastic greeting

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praise vociferously

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be a native of

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call for

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greet enthusiastically or joyfully

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precipitate as small ice particles

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online distribution portal for electronic reversible pumps and air and electric boat horns and hailers by Marco, and RubRails-n-BiminiTops.
market sales and distribution portal for the innovative and high-quality Marco line of marine and industrial gear pumps (including the "E" series electronic sensor pumps, reversible gear pumps, diesel fuel transfer systems, oil change systems, fuel polishing pumps, and water pumps and washdown systems), horns (including air horns and electric horns) and hailers.
Now officers carrying loud hailers will patrol the streets and if they see insecure doors or windows will wake residents up to alert them and advise them to lock up.
The police found that in the middle of an emergency, like evacuating a building people, did not respond to loud hailers or other warnings but when someone blew a whistle all the heads would turn.
Yesterday vans with loud hailers were touring the main towns in the area to make sure people got the message and posters and information packs were delivered to schools, hospitals and supermarkets.
Waving placards and shouting slogans on loud hailers, the Neighbourhood Forum volunteers lobbied councillors about the decision to axe funding.
Officers toured streets with loud hailers shouting: ``Has anyone lost a child?
Officers touring the streets with loud hailers spent 90 minutes trying to find the child's family, who were sleeping and unaware she had vanished.