The Collaborative International Dictionary
Avale \A*vale"\, v. t. & i. [F. avaler to descend, to let down. See Avalanche.]
To cause to descend; to lower; to let fall; to doff. [Obs.]
To bring low; to abase. [Obs.]
--Sir H. Wotton.
(v. i.) To descend; to fall; to dismount. [Obs.]
And from their sweaty courses did avale.
vb. 1 (context transitive obsolete English) To cause to descend; to lower; to let fall; to doff. 2 (context transitive obsolete English) To bring low; to abase. 3 (context intransitive obsolete English) To descend; to fall; to dismount.
Usage examples of "avale".
I shall wate with constant Longing for your Safe Retem, that we may avale ourselves once more of that mutuol Pleasure in our companyunship, and may agane strole without Cares on that particular Strand I have cumm to regard as a most Blesed and Speshul Place.
Canny even stab it or bash it with a rok on acount of its ded adjile an starts screemin an bawlin fit tae raze the deid an jookin and jumpin aboot and me triing tay bash it or stik ma dirk doon its throate but tay no avale.