from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. See Table at currency.
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- adj. Comparative form of hale.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who pulls or hauls; a hauler.
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- n. 100 halers equal 1 koruna Slovakia
- n. 100 halers equal 1 koruna in Czech Republic
Acadian vêtements (clothing) are hardes; aussi is itou; et is pis (from et puis); se dépêcher (to hurry) is se haler, literally to haul oneself.34
Gas truck ... honk honk honk AND playing noisy tune from loud haler 7: 10 a.m.
The hard haler doth hale a maine, while other at a trice
When the world was younger and haler than now, moral trials were a deeper mystery still: perhaps in all the land of Israel there was but one
The younger, haler men in the village, though, those of them that were left, would probably be wearing rock-gray and carrying sticks before long.
"_Fancy_, indeed, sir; why, I never saw you looking haler."
Au moment où un vapeur allait partir, un Irlandais de l'équipage reçut l'ordre de haler un long câble qui trainait à l'arrière.
Many a haler remnant than he had gone down on a last voyage.
"And you -- well, you look just the same as ever; only fuller and haler."
Sickly-looking and puny residents in towns may have a more suitable constitution for the special conditions of their lives, and may in some sense be better knit and do more work and live longer than much haler men imported to the same locality from elsewhere.