Third-person singular simple present indicative form of bail. (verb)
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Use "bails" in a sentence
"Kah-Chucte and Gowhee, who had bragged that they knew every landmark of the way as a child did the skin bails of the tepee, acknowledged that they knew not where they were, it was she who raised a forgiving voice amid the curses of the men."
"Taken in its most basic form the wicket is a collection of three wooden poles stuck in the ground in a line with two wooden cylinders (called bails) on top, spanning the spaces."
"The amount of tricks you can do at different spots is pretty much infinite, and the bails are a lot better too."