Examples of pal in a Sentence
We've been pals since we were kids.
Come on—be a pal and lend me the money.
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Marzena Maka, 25, and Nick Gitchell, 24, friends who work downtown and live in Chicago, have seen pals move to other parts of the country such as Colorado and Texas, seeking a lower cost of living and better weather and job opportunities.
If two pals bet $10 on a game, the winner will collect that amount from the loser.
Serviss and friend Steve Godfrey, who grew up in Mayfair and run Northeast Sandwich Co. in Rhawnhurst, heard that lifelong pal Ryan Fitzpatrick had bought Shore hangout Casey’s on Third (Third and New York Avenue).
One pal suggested that sample design work would show off his chops.
Corben's pal, Adam Gersten, owner of Wynwood's Gramps, was the first to bite into the first hash brown in the first Miami-Dade Waffle House, Corben said.
And now all their kids, who were all born around the same time, are also pals.
But finally, on Wednesday, furry pals all over town got to get out and get their noses in the cold, wet stuff.
The event was conceived by New Orleans' resident rock stars Win Butler and Regine Chassagne, of the band Arcade Fire, who teamed up with pals at Preservation Hall to present the parade and other activities.
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