bail[ beyl ]SEE DEFINITION OF bail
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BAIL
He had himself been obliged to bail out three times, running in from the reef.
You expect me to bail you out—clean up your debts—put you clear?
Bail was denied to Marsh, Vasca and Joe, and for them a speedy trial was urged.
Like a malefactor out on bail, he was painting a picture for the future.
De Launay whispered an intimation that he was interested in the bail suggestion.
He had been bailed out by Pete, and had forfeited his bail in an attempt at flight.
Are you aware that they are getting affidavits to refuse the bail?'
The men did bail, and the danger was over almost as soon as encountered.
I will have bail for my moneys before tree o'clock this day.
Surely, Mr. Closs, you will at least give me a chance of bail?
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR BAIL
- bail out
- cut loose
- let loose
- let off
- let off the hook
- let out
- put on the street
- set free
- turn loose
- turn out