Thesaurus / baling


If so, the bale of causes would include the playoff era and the social media and the group texts and the shrinking world.

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.

The cost of baling the mohair is a little less than the cost of sacking.

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 TalesNikolai Vasilievich Gogol

Water, however, continued to come in, so baling had still to be proceeded with.

Five Months on a German RaiderFrederic George Trayes

The bows of his barge had been badly strained, and his men were pumping or baling in relays.

The World Set FreeHerbert George Wells

Then in or near the cotton field the process of baling is carried out.

He pulled on again, and Ken betook himself to his everlasting task of baling.

After the "ginning" comes the "baling" of the cotton, which ends the labor bestowed upon it on the plantation.

Taking the ax, he quickly split off a handful of splinters, which he bound together with a handy piece of baling wire.

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