Examples of pal in a Sentence
We've been pals since we were kids.
Come on—be a pal and lend me the money.
Recent Examples of pal from the Web
Fast forward to now, when Chopra posted several photos of her weekend—ending with a trip to In-N-Out with her gal pals, naturally.
Just ask Jennifer Aniston, who has been frequenting the sunny hotspot with her pals for years, or George Clooney, who used to own a home there.
Still, the pair remained pals through the years, and Iaconetti even participated in Bachelor Winter Games.
Then your husband will start sleeping with his gal pal again and/or someone else.
The book writer/ radio host/ theater enthusiast also knows a few things about epic Broadway mishaps, having been a musician in numerous pit orchestras — not to mention being pals with tell-all actors.
Maddon dismissed the idea of bringing up longtime Darvish pal Chris Gimenez from Iowa to be his personal catcher, but why not exhaust every option trying to get the Cubs’ $126 million investment going?
Michael was with his pals initially at the American Junkie Bar — then left to stop at the ATM next door.
Cohn even became pals with the CBS News executive Fred Friendly, who decades before had produced the legendary Edward R. Murrow special that helped rid America of Joe McCarthy.
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PAL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of pal for English Language Learners
: a close friend
—used to address a man in an angry or annoyed way
PAL Defined for Kids
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