Antonyms for bailed

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He had been bailed out by Pete, and had forfeited his bail in an attempt at flight.

He bailed the canoe and reloaded the musket, drifting the while.

Your intuition for the one-shot gamble was the one thing that bailed us out this time.

Two of them bailed up a waggoner of mine, coming out with a load from the port.

They bailed long, and it was heavy work, but they rid the ship of much water.

In return for their allegiance, he bailed them out of jail when necessary.

Augustus got into her and bailed her, for she was nearly half full of water.

When she righted, and Landless had bailed her out with a gourd, they proceeded in silence.

They bailed desperately then, every one of them falling to except George Warren.

Elder Rigdon was bailed out of prison, and has left Missouri.