verb (used with object), baled, bal·ing.
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Origin of bale1
OTHER WORDS FROM balebaleless, adjectivebaler, noun
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verb (used with or without object), baled, bal·ing.
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Example sentences from the Web for bale
If so, the bale of causes would include the playoff era and the social media and the group texts and the shrinking world.The College Football Playoff has become an exclusive club. West Coast schools not invited.|Chuck Culpepper|December 18, 2020|Washington Post
The relatively minimal draw weights for these bows means that a hay bale with a few dots spray-painted on it will work just fine.
Unfortunately, you can't hold together a high-tech oil drilling economy with baling wire and chewing gum.
The leaves are gathered when ripe, and are dried and well-assorted before baling.
In Turkey, the tobacco after remaining in the dwelling-room of the house a sufficient time, is ready for baling.
Another use of mats is in the baling of two of the staple products of the Philippines, tobacco and abaca.
The Bontoc Peninsula of Tayabas produces great quantities of baling mats and bayons.
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