adjective, bend·i·er, bend·i·est.
- bending fracture,
- bending moment,
Origin of bendy
Examples from the Web for bendy
The Burgau wings, which are inclined very far forward, are: "Bendy of six argent and gules, charged with a pale or."A Complete Guide to Heraldry|Arthur Charles Fox-Davies
Montfort of Whitchurch bore “Bendy of ten pieces gold and azure.”
Don noticed that the rum the bartender poured for Bendy was 151 proof and the portion was a generous one.
"It's quite possible his people don't have individual names," Bendy said.
The king laughed and stood up and he and Bendy crossed the room.