Wednesday, December 24, 2014

Hale and hearty vs Hales

Hale and hearty is an idiom meaning a strong and healthy person usually referred to an elderly person.
Hales is a verb which means drawing or dragging forcibly out.
The idiom and it's constituent used in a same sentence
John's dad, 80 is still hale and hearty and was too naughty in the party which made small children to hale him away from their games.

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