Bail [noun]

Definition of Bail:

money for assurance

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Sentence/Example of Bail:

She was arrested and charged with drug possession, violating bail and drug trafficking, court records show.

Collectors can arrest borrowers who miss a court hearing and even keep the bail money.

Dispatch confirmed she was out on bail for drunken driving, police records show, so Harmon asked her to step out of the car.

Iran has repeatedly sentenced journalists to lengthy jail terms but then released them on bail, leaving journalists technically free but silenced by authorities’ ability to summon them at any time.

Silento was already out on bail for an earlier arrest when the incident happened, prosecutors noted.

The move was welcomed by reform groups as well as officials at the jail, where homeless or mentally ill shoplifters often ended up when they couldn’t afford bail.

The bail, a reputable tradesman, with astonishment declared that he never was in a gaol in his life.

I had taken the doctor to see him, got him out on sick leave, and when he was put back again gave bail for him.

We are requiring heavy bail and asking for imprisonment in the penitentiary in case of conviction.

The accompanying sketch shows how I arranged a hook, fastened over the collar of the pump, to take the bail of the bucket.