Common misspellings for haul:
hallf, haylee, hall, uaualy, haux, havle, hallajuah, heall, heecul, houla, hanle, ehale, hahah, gaul, eaual, havel, happil, raul, houly, hadly, halll, uaual, heatl, hayely, ihale, highle, heaily, hadle, hazzel, harmly, hazael, dhali, uhall, hrllo, helll, hasel, harful, houw, houlry, awhaile, holla, hallal, hally, paul, haulin, daul, ahll, haild, hurful, haylye, hould, hellu, haha1, hearl, hialiah, haha, hashly, hable, harlay, hiatel, heele, hanuel, humal, hadel, hoolw, hwil, yoholla, houdl, honululu, rahul, chall, hiur, harmul, hauld, harlly, ruaul, yhliuo, faul, wahol, auual, heavuly, hairly, hanel, shaul, houwlig, helli, hoola, uhaul, hullo, caul, hul, hafl, mihael, havi, hiehl, hau, vahalla, highl, hal, houl, hailr, hagle, hyrule, hael, hoursl, mahul, html5, heally, kahalui, herll, hault, hellw, harly, rehaul, heavil, faule, 1half, heuy, hasl, hell0, hasal, haule, ahile, hwllo, haelp, hebal, saul, hourl, hallaueh, hardl, hausler, hawally, hazle, hugly, ahole, haur, harlf, hualt, mahal, zoul, heila, heechul, fauil, haugh, haole, harol, hawlk, haold, husel, humle, hiatial, hual, hsllo, havw, laurl, harlut, wual, hasle, homoeaul, hayle, hiill, haue, hearly, haily, husle, haus, hghly, heaval, hawl, herbul, herly, vaul, wiul, hailee, chauly, headal, hallie, halal, halla, halle, hallo, hallwa, hardol, harwel, aul, khaoula, healy, hagel, heilo, hihly, hium, hotail, hualpai, hulio, lahaul, hsall, sahall, naul, jaul, uaul, hzul, hsul, hwul, hqul, ha7l, hauk, haup, hauo, bhaul, hbaul, nhaul, hnaul, jhaul, hjaul, huaul, yhaul, hyaul, hzaul, hazul, hsaul, hasul, hwaul, hawul, hqaul, haqul, hayul, hauyl, hahul, hauhl, hajul, haujl, ha8ul, hau8l, ha7ul, hau7l, haukl, haupl, haulp, hauol, haulo, ahul, hhaul, haaul, hauul, haull, laul, iaul, hiul, heul, hcul, ha5l, haql, hauh, h aul, ha ul, hau l.
Definition of haul:
- The use of this word, instead of the statutory word " carry," in an indictmentcharging that the defendant " did feloniously steal, take, and haul away" certainpersonalty, will not render the indictment bad, the words being in one sense equivalent.Spittorlf v. State, 108 Ind. 171, 8 N. 10. 911.
- To draw or drag with force; transport by pulling.
- To pull or draw with force; to drag.
- To transport by drawing, as with horses or oxen; as, to haul logs to a sawmill.
- To pull apart, as oxen sometimes do when yoked.
- To pull or draw with force; transport by drawing.
- To drag: to pull with violence.
- To pull with force; drag.
- To change the direction of a ship by hauling the wind. See under Haul, v. t.
- To change the course of a ship; shift; said of the wind.
- transport, as in a truck
- the act of drawing or hauling something; " the haul up the hill went very slowly"
- transport in a vehicle; " haul stones from the quarry in a truck"; " haul vegetables to the market"
- A pulling with force; a violent pull.
- A single draught of a net; as, to catch a hundred fish at a haul.
- That which is caught, taken, or gained at once, as by hauling a net.
- A bundle of about four hundred threads, to be tarred.
- A strong pull; draft of a net; quantity of fish caught at one time; distance over which anything is drawn.
- A pulling: a draught, as of fishes: an unexpected or a dishonest gain.
- A pull; draught, as of fishes.
- A pulling with force; something hauled in, as a draft of fishes.
- A pulling with force; draught of a net; what is caught at once. To haul the wind, to turn the head of a ship nearer to the point from which the wind blows.
- A catch, as of fish; a pull; among ropemakers, a bundle of about 400 threads to be tarred.
Usage examples for haul
These saw the difficulty of keeping guard in a desert place, and in their perplexity at first thought of burning the ships, but finally resolved to haul them up on shore and sit down and guard them with their land forces until a convenient opportunity for escaping should present itself. The History of the Peloponnesian War by Thucydides