Definition of Haled:
haul something to a new place
Synonyms of Haled:
Sentence/Example of Haled:
Hale and Hardy are continuing to study different types of sensing cells in fins and their arrangement.
Marius stood still, a frown between his eyes haled thither by the mention of La Vauvraye.
Accordingly 574 the officers shackled him and pinioning him, haled him along in irons and entered the city with him.
It seemed darkly possible that she had cited a precedent applicable to every case where she was haled before a court.
But no man seized him by the hand, or haled him into any public house to toast his safe return.
Jack Beckley was haled to court on a dray, too oblivious of everything to answer any charge.
Judge Clemens haled both men into his court, fined them, and collected his fee.
When he was haled into court, despite his callow years, he came with insolent confidence, as one above the law.
Do you know if you hadn't come to-night in answer to my message I would have had you haled by the leg?
She came down as lightly as she had gone up, and caused me to be haled against my will to the middle of a bench.