Bail is a sum of money paid or exchanged for the release of an arrested person for guarantee of the person's appearance for possible trial.
"We couldn't pay the bail money, it was quite expensive."
Bale is of evil, especially when considered as an active force for destruction, devastation and death. Of torture, woe and sufferings.
"In the movie, Melinda was the bale - others were just passive contributors."
Bail is money paid as a deposit to the court system to get someone out of jail while they await a trial. It’s also used as a verb idiomatically, meaning to renege on a commitment.
“Don’t bail on me now, brother! I really need your help for the rest of this project.”
Bale is a noun meaning ‘a bundle of hay or straw’. It can also be used as a verb to mean the act of preparing a bundle or hay or straw.
“The farmer is in the field baling hay.”
Bail is the money used to secure the release of an arrested person from imprisonment.
"The Police demanded bail before the protesters could be freed."
Bale is a packaged bundle of goods which is corded for storage or transportation.
"I was around when Missy ordered for a bale of children clothes."