Bale

1. A large bundle of things tied tightly together.
2. A large bundle bound for storage or transport.
3. A large package of raw or finished material tightly bound with twine or wire and often wrapped: a bale of hay.
4. To wrap in a bale or in bales:
a machine that bales cotton
5.Evil: “Tidings of bale she brought”
(William Cullen Bryant).
6. Mental suffering; anguish: “Relieve my spirit from the bale that bows it down” (Benjamin Disraeli).

Usage: 1. They need one bale of hay to put on the floor of the barn

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