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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

References in classic literature ?
Von Horn ran the small boat within hailing distance of the dismasted hulk whose side was now lined with waving, gesticulating natives.
The watch upon the tower was thrown into confusion by the approach of so large a party of armed men, so that, by the time they were in hailing distance, the walls of the great structure were crowded with fighting men.
Trent was within hailing distance before he recognised the European.
I was just hailing for a boat when one of the woolly-heads began to scream.
At the same moment the silence of the snowy waste outside was broken by a shouting of voices hailing the hut--"
Within hailing distance they set up such a loud shouting that presently heads appeared above the top of the parapet and soon answering shouts were rising from within Fort Dinosaur.
A CONVENTION of female writers, which for two days had been stuffing Woman's couch with goose-quills and hailing the down of a new era, adjourned with unabated enthusiasm, shouting, "Place aux dames
The remaining hymns are mostly of the briefest compass, merely hailing the god to be celebrated and mentioning his chief attributes.
So saying, the old gentleman dragged him back into Oxford Street, and hailing an omnibus on its way to the city, pushed Nicholas in before him, and followed himself.