Definition of Near gale
1. Noun. Wind moving 32-38 knots; 7 on the Beaufort scale.
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Literary usage of Near gale
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1. Desert Gold by Zane Grey (1913)
"There in the gloom .rat the silent, impassive, inscrutable Yaqui. His dark face, his dark eyes were plain in the light of the stars. Always he was near Gale ..."
2. Reports of Cases in Bankruptcy: Argued and Determined in the Court of Review by Edward Erastus Deacon, Edward Chitty (1833)
"... and also another navigable- branch from, at, or near Gale Moss, by Chorley, to or near Duxbury, in the said County Palatine of Lancaster. ..."
3. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of King's Bench by Great Britain Court of King's Bench, Sandford Nevile, Court of Exchequer Chamber, Court of King's Bench, Erskine Perry, Great Britain (1838)
"... maintaining a at or near Berwick to or near Warton Cragg, and also passable for _, -„ _ canal to be another navigable Branch from at or near Gale Moss ..."
4. Chambers's Encyclopædia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for the People (1878)
"... it has received its specific name from its resemblance to the white caps worn by the priests of Jupiter. emperor of humble parentage, was born near GALE ..."
5. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of Queen's Bench: And by Great Britain Court of King's Bench, Great Britain Court of Exchequer Chamber, Erskine Perry, Henry Davison (1841)
"... at or near Gale Moss, by Chorley, to or near Dux- 1339. bury, in the said county palatine of Lancaster," it was en- v-*^'««-/ acted that certam persons ..."
6. Encyclopædia Americana: A Popular Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature by Thomas Gamaliel Bradford (1838)
"This name is particularly given to that place, near Gale«» :.i the suburbs of Constantinople, where slaves are "kept. There are one Greek and two Catholic ..."