Gal [noun]

Definition of Gal:

human being

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Sentence/Example of Gal:

Reports followed that the HBO Max project, set to begin production this spring, would be a 10-episode limited series titled And Just Like That and featuring the original gal pals in their 50s.

We expect police officers to be the good guys and good gals.

She's been hired out a spell in Jacksonville,—nuss to a little gal, and now she's gwine home.

My sweet gal,” he said affably touching his cap, “is Capting Laidlaw within?

There is a vast difference between memy condition, I meanand the gal and her mother.

Keeps her gal in high school when shed ought to be in a store or a factory, earnin her keep.

I suggested that the gal pay the rent for December; itll be due in a day or two.

My gal's a Lowestoft gal, and she've come up here, so I'm ready for her Sunday out to-morrow.

Master, though he had looked rather low for the gal of his art, had certainly looked in the right place.

Who in 'tarnation let a gal like that go out in a boat alone, and without airy oar?