bendy

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bendy

(ˈbɛndɪ)
adj, bendier or bendiest
1. flexible or pliable
2. having many bends: a bendy road.

bendy

(ˈbɛndɪ) or

bendee

adj
(Heraldry) (usually postpositive) heraldry striped diagonally
Translations

bendy

[ˈbɛndi ˈbɛndi] adj (= flexible) [toy, wire] → flexible; [river] → sinueux/euse bendy busbendy bus nbus m articulé

bendy

adj (inf)
(= flexible)biegsam

bendy

[ˈbɛndɪ] adj (-ier (comp) (-iest (superl))) (flexible) → flessibile; (road) → tortuoso/a
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My latest foray into the world of bendiness might just succeed, for I've accepted my level and joined an appropriate class.
The fate of the overseas territory was far down the list of talking points, below such priorities as the bendiness of our bananas, or the colour of our passports.
Although I do possess freakish bendiness that allows me to touch my toes.
Alongside unreal bendiness, Bendini is also known for sword-swallowing, skin piercing and walking on glass while is Crystal will be Cirque le Soir's first lady midget to perform shocking freak show acts like balloon swallowing and escape from a strait jacket.
In the body, those qualities cushion joints like the hip and knee, give bendiness to our spines and shape to our noses and ears.
It not only leaves her frail, but she has bendiness in the joints of her hands and feet and she suffers from curvature of the spine and has respiratory weakness.
These include, among other things, the analytical correlations between the vehicle speed and the rut depths, anti-skid/anti-slip properties, the soft shoulder maintenance, the available sight distance and the road bendiness.
Teresa Anne Power's The ABCs of Yoga for Kids is a cute and colorful introduction to the art of bendiness and inner peace for children.
Liz Lynne said: "The EU should not be in the habit of debating the bendiness of cucumbers or the width of carrots.
I work at a fruit auditing firm measuring the bendiness of bananas.