Definition of Bailer

1. n. See Bailor.



2. n. One who bails or lades.

Definition of Bailer

1. Noun. one who bails or lades. ¹

2. Noun. a utensil, as a bucket or cup, used in bailing; a machine for bailing water out of a pit. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Bailer

1. bailor [n -S] - See also: bailor

Lexicographical Neighbors of Bailer

bail bondsman
bail bondsmen
bail jumping
bail out
bail out on
bailable
bailaoras
bailaores
bailbond
bailbonds
baile
bailed
bailed out
bailee
bailees
bailer (current term)
bailers
bailey
baileychlore
baileychlores
baileys
bailie
bailies
bailiff
bailiffs
bailiffship
bailiffships
bailiffwick
bailiffwicks
bailing

Literary usage of Bailer

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The American Petroleum Industry by Raymond Foss Bacon, William Allen Hamor (1916)
"The tools are then withdrawn from the hole, and the bailer attached to the ... Figure 72 shows a sectional flush joint dart bailer which can be made in any ..."

2. Petroleum Production Methods by John R. Suman (1921)
"All this trouble will be avoided by care in lowering the bailer slowly enough, ... In order to reset the latch for another run, the shell of the bailer must ..."

3. The Oil Fields of Russia and the Russian Petroleum Industry: A Practical by Arthur Beeby-Thompson (1904)
"The bolt of the shackle connecting the wire rope to the bailer may break or ... The rope itself may break, or the bailer may separate or be torn asunder, ..."

4. Handbook on Petroleum for Inspectors Under the Petroleum Acts and for Those by J. H. Thomson, Boverton Redwood (1906)
"off, larger jars, temper screw, and clamps, wrenches, bailer. ... The bailer, which is used to remove water or oil from the well, is constructed similarly ..."

5. Proceedings of the Natural Gas Association of America by Natural Gas Association of America, Meeting (1921)
"20 bailer FOR BAILING OR AGITATING WELLS MR. CA MULKIN, UNITED NATURAL GAS Co., STONEBORO, PA. As it is difficult to get a bailer of any size down a string ..."

6. Drill Work, Methods and Costs; a Practical Treatise Covering the Methods by Ray Rochester Sanderson (1911)
"If but a few feet of line are left above the bailer it will hardly be possible to recover the bailer by catching the line and thus a tool for catching the ..."

7. Deep Well Drilling: The Principles and Practices of Deep Well Drilling, and by Walter Henry Jeffrey (1921)
"All this trouble will be avoided by care in lowering the bailer slowly enough ... The dump-bailer method is frequently used when a water string is to be set ..."

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