bail out

[ beyl-out ]SEE DEFINITION OF bail out

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He had himself been obliged to bail out three times, running in from the reef.

It required constant exertion on the part of Father Hennepin to bail out the water with a small birch cup, as fast as it ran in.

The present question is, Shall we bail out young Scarlett, or not?

Then he began to bail out that ocean's riches for my encouragement and joy.

However, it'll be your job to get out of the searchlights and bail out.

They called her their sister, and seated her in the canoe to bail out the water.

I had had the rudder, but now started to bail out with small tins.

"Set it on automatic, strap on your parachute and bail out," he ordered.

Hes never had to bail out, and hes never had a serious accident.

We had to try and bail out the trenches with cooking-dishes.

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