Sail, Sale

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Word 1: Sail (SAYL)
Meaning 1:An extent of fabric (as canvas) by means of which wind is used to propel a ship through water.
Example Sentence: The boat lurched sideways as the sail unfurled.

Meaning 2: A trip in a ship or boat moved especially by the wind.
Example Sentence: The boat sailed down the river gently.

Meaning 3: To move or proceed in a quick and smooth way.
Example Sentence: The ball sailed over the fence and went into the neighbour’s house.

Word 2: Sale (SAYL)

Meaning 1: The act of selling something: the exchange of goods, services, or property for money.
Example Sentence: The sales of the company have declined over the past one year.

Meaning 2: A selling of goods at bargain prices.
Example Sentence: Out of fashion smart phones were put up on sale at a hefty discount.

Meaning 3: Available to be bought.
Example Sentence: The artist put his best paintings on sale.

Example Sentence using both words:
Periods of sale sailed through with great zest.

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