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bendy

[ben-dee] /ˈbɛn di/
adjective, bendier, bendiest.
1.
tending to bend; flexible or resilient.
Origin
1975-1980
1975-80; bend1 + -y1
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Examples from the web for bendy
  • Those quirky, bendy straws that make the satisfying crunching sound when flexed.
  • By using flexible components, these screens will also become bendy.
  • That's a far cry from the light, bendy skulls of snakes.
British Dictionary definitions for bendy

bendy1

/ˈbɛndɪ/
adjective bendier, bendiest
1.
flexible or pliable
2.
having many bends: a bendy road

bendy2

/ˈbɛndɪ/
adjective
1.
(usually postpositive) (heraldry) striped diagonally
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