verb (used with object), baled, bal·ing.
- baldwin, james,
- baldwin, james mark,
- baldwin, matthias william,
- baldwin, stanley,
- bale cubic,
- balearic islands,
- baleen whale
Origin of bale1
Examples from the Web for baler
As soon as our clothing is a little dry we can boil water in the baler, so as to get something warm into our bodies.Trans-Himalaya, Vol. 1 (of 2)|Sven Hedin
At his command, the man took the baler and threw salt water into his face.Lost Face|Jack London
They had wounds to exhibit received in a chance fray a few days before with a hunting party from near Baler.
Using a saucepan for a baler, they baled out over 100 gallons of dirty water.South!|Sir Ernest Shackleton
I emptied my baler, holding perhaps a quart, into the ballast-bag.A Poor Man's House|Stephen Sydney Reynolds