- tending to bend; flexible or resilient.
Origin of bendy
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Examples from the Web for bendy
"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.
Montfort of Whitchurch bore “Bendy of ten pieces gold and azure.”
Bendy shields follow the rule of shields paly and barry, but as many as ten pieces have been counted in them.
Bishopsdon bore “Bendy of six pieces, gold and azure, with a quarter ermine.”
- flexible or pliable
- having many bendsa bendy road
- (usually postpositive) heraldry striped diagonally
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