||1. a container used to remove water from a boat:
Use the bail to empty the boat. 2. to clear water from by dipping and
throwing: The boys bailed water from the sinking sailboat. 3.
temporary release of a prisoner in exchange for money: His father paid his bail so
he could get out of jail.
||1. a steady pain: a stomach ache. 2.
have a steady pain: My tooth aches.
||1. having patience: She was very patient as she
stood in line. 2. a person who is being treated by a doctor: The doctor
took care of three patients that afternoon.
||metal wires used to straighten crooked teeth.
||a man who waits on table and brings food in a restaurant.
||1. a demand for something due or believed to be due.
2. a right to something.
||1. something stated: The president made a
statement to the people. 2. a report of facts or opinions: Please give
us your statement.
||able to cause harm; not safe.
||one fold or a flat mass: My birthday cake has two
layers. I am wearing three layers of clothes.
||a connected series of operations designed to bring about a
particular result: The vice president will participate in the