verb (used with object), baled, bal·ing.
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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 cost of baling the mohair is a little less than the cost of sacking.Practical Angora Goat Raising|C. P. Bailey
All the following night they spent in baling out the water with pails and their caps, and in repairing the damaged places.Taras Bulba and Other Tales|Nikolai Vasilievich Gogol
Water, however, continued to come in, so baling had still to be proceeded with.Five Months on a German Raider|Frederic George Trayes
The bows of his barge had been badly strained, and his men were pumping or baling in relays.The World Set Free|Herbert George Wells
Then in or near the cotton field the process of baling is carried out.The Story of the Cotton Plant|Frederick Wilkinson