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hail down

To fall, or to be thrown or ejected, usually in a violent manner. I'd stay away from the corner house right now—that couple's in some sort of fight, and possessions are hailing down from the second floor.
See also: down, hail
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OCT Al Hail down Majees CT In another Enhance-sponsored E Division T20 match, OCT Al Hail posted a 27-run win against Majees Cricket Team to end the season on a high.
This is an industrial-strength quintet that is committed to the idea of improvised grooves, utilising free-jazz techniques as they wing out at drum'n'bass speeds, flooding the beats with cranked-up electronics that seem to hail down from the early 1970s funk storms created by Miles Davis.
You hail down a cab, jump in, tell the man where you want to go and then, as he recognises your accent, settle back to watch the sympathy counter click up quicker than the meter.
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They were fortunate enough to hail down possibly one of the kindest taxi drivers in Liverpool if not the world.