Origin of bale1
OTHER WORDS FROM balebaleless, adjectivebaler, noun
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Origin of bale2
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How to use bale in a sentence
After curing, it is baled and sent to Europe, where it is manufactured into smoking tobacco.
After curing, it is removed to the packing house and baled in packages, and then transported on mules to the coast for shipping.
The planters cure by air-drying in sheds, and afterwards it is tied up in hands and baled for export.
To him it was a baling tin; here there were no boats to be baled out—where was the use of it?The Beach of Dreams|H. De Vere Stacpoole
The first mate meantime baled out the other quarter boat, and in like manner provisioned and stored her.Peter the Whaler|W.H.G. Kingston