Definition of Bayed:
long, loud animate sound
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Sentence/Example of Bayed:
The dogs squatted on their haunches at a safe distance and bayed lugubriously at me and the moon in common.
At the sound of her voice a deep-bayed, many-throated yell roared out derision and victory.
We must have gone about three miles when we heard the dogs barking and knew that they had bayed the leopard.
It bayed and widely gaped at the sire of magic song:—long it howled.
There they halted, and throwing back their heads, bayed as if in farewell, and suddenly vanished.
Suddenly, a deep-voiced hound broke through the bushes and bayed loudly before the entrance.
The latter marked the place, and bayed there, with his comrades round him, until the men rode up.
At last he turned and brought his fist down on the table so hard that the bloodhound bayed.
"The bandogs bayed and howled," as they did round the secret bower of the Lady of Brauksome; and lights flitted about the windows.
Brave, noble Don, with infinitely more sense and courage than I possessed, faced the lion and bayed him in his teeth.