bail pal noun [beyl] [pal]
1. An individual who goes beyond their call of duty as a friend and either consciously or unconsciously helps a plan to leave somewhere, most often a party or disappointing social gathering.
2. An affectionate description. Anyone who is looking to get out of a boring situation is a potential bail pal.
1. “Yeah, we were almost out of there with my stomach ache excuse when Martin was a real bail pal and offered to drive me home.”
2. “If this party is a bust can I count on you to be a bail pal?”
the adjoining of the English words bail and pal. First known use: 2012.
Synonyms: none known, but similar to the term “Wingman”