noun, plural bai·leys.
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Circus parades often became as large a sight as the performance itself; one Barnum and Bailey parade stretched for three miles.
In 1881, along came Bailey, operator of another circus, and two circuses joined to give rise to the first three-ring spectacle.
Bailey and one of the other women said that Freundel specifically instructed them not to tell others about the re-dunk.Women Describe How Top D.C. Rabbi Allegedly Spied on Them in the Nude|Steven I. Weiss|October 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Bailey, who is also dating the director, said working on a Leigh production was incredibly arduous.Mike Leigh Is the Master Filmmaker Who Hates Hollywood|Nico Hines|October 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“My balls are getting stuck,” Bailey Jay complains at one point, crossing and re-crossing her mile-long legs.
She's cured of her lameness now, and is grown up to be a very pretty girl, Bailey said.Georgina's Service Stars|Annie Fellows Johnston
This paper says that Congdon was seen by one person and one only at Bailey Harbor.Blacksheep! Blacksheep!|Meredith Nicholson
Rushing into the bailey he saw the men-at-arms milling about confusedly, while women screeched.The Hour of the Dragon|Robert E. Howard
He hurried on and Stuffer came behind him, and presently the pair struck a wagon road running directly past the old Bailey barn.The Putnam Hall Rebellion|Arthur M. Winfield
Finally, then, how could you know that Bailey was injured and unconscious?Average Jones|Samuel Hopkins Adams