[noun heyl-fel-oh; adjective heyl-fel-oh] /noun ˈheɪlˈfɛl oʊ; adjective ˈheɪlˌfɛl oʊ/
Also, hail fellow, hail-fellow well met. a spiritedly sociable person; jolly companion.
sociable; heartily genial:
His hail-fellow manner helped him to advance in the sales force.
[heyl] /heɪl/ verb (used with object) 1. to cheer, salute, or greet; welcome. 2. to acclaim; approve enthusiastically: The crowds hailed the conquerors. They hailed the recent advances in medicine. 3. to call out to in order to stop, attract attention, ask aid, etc.: to hail a cab. verb (used without object) 4. to call […]
adjective 1. genial and familiar, esp in an offensive or ingratiating way: a hail-fellow-well-met slap on the back A term describing a person who is superficially friendly and is always trying to gain friends. Such a person may also be referred to as a “glad-hander.”
noun 1. the distance within which the human voice can be heard: They sailed within hailing distance of the island. 2. a close distance; the reach of something or someone (usually preceded by within): Success is within hailing distance.
noun 1. . 2. Also called Hail Mary pass, Hail Mary play. a long forward pass in football, especially as a last-ditch attempt at the end of a game, where completion is considered unlikely. noun 1. (RC Church) Also called Ave Maria. a prayer to the Virgin Mary, based on the salutations of the angel […]