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bailed out

verb as in help

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verb as in escape

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As with AIG, the government essentially bailed out the financial system by bailing out Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

Powers had no chance to evade it, and bailed out as his U-2 spun down to earth.

After spending two nights in jail, the man was bailed out, not charged with a crime but left with a pile of legal fees.

In recent months, however, one bailed-out, much-hated bank has found salvation through an unorthodox, low-affect marketing method.

Chrysler was bailed out by the government through loans that were swapped for stock in the post-bankruptcy Chrysler.

The boat was bailed out, and the next morning Weeks sculled her ashore with the one remaining oar.

If you were shot down there was still a good chance of surviving if you bailed out safely.

His plane was hit by large shells, and either when he was hit or when he bailed out and his chute opened, he broke his back.

If the boat capsize it is at once righted, bailed out, and the voyage resumed, and seldom is any part of the cargo lost.

He took a bucket and bailed the muddy stuff out right to the bottom, and let it fill up to be again bailed out.


On this page you'll find 58 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to bail out, such as: relieve, rescue, aid, deliver, release, and spring.

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