- From bale + -er. (Wiktionary)
“At his command, the man took the baler and threw salt water into his face.”
“This video appears to show a man jumping into a hay baler, and instead of dying like a normal person, he turns himself into a human bale of hay.”
“I'm gonna look for a turtle baler at the next farm show.”
“I slowed for a baler taking up half the gravel road.”
“There she was waiting in the cheap old Trago Mills cat box held together with baler twine, little hoarse pathetic yowl.”
“The ten mile car journey can only be described as average as yet again I ponder the folly of the cheap cat box tied up with baler twine and a yowling bouncing cat that even Terry Wogan couldn't drown out.”
“He opened bidding on a horse-drawn forecart fitted with a small engine that would power the spinning shaft of any tractor-based tool, like a hay baler or a rotary tedder.”
“We could hear familial bickering coming from the machine shop in the evenings as the men worked on the baler.”
“Eliminating that second pass with the baler to pick up straw will also go a long way toward making it cost-effective to harvest.”
“A hay baler can be used only fifty hours a year in a Middle Western state such as Kentucky.”
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