noun, plural lin·dies.
verb (used without object), lin·died, lin·dy·ing.
- lindsay, vachel,
- lindsey, benjamin barr,
- lindsey, parts of,
- lindy hop,
- line angle,
- line art,
- line block
Origin of lindy
Examples from the Web for lindy
Vanessa Hudgens plays Lindy, the Belle to Kyle's beast in Daniel Barnz's re-imagining of the "tale as old as time."
Dozens of performances were submitted, ranging from tangos to Lindy Hops to night-vision hula-hooping.
The president considered “Lucky Lindy,” as he was derisively called, a Nazi sympathizer and a subversive.
So imagine how everybody felt when the time set by him to reach Mexico City passed, and no Lindy showed up.
As soon as Lindy landed in Nanking, he volunteered to help the Chinese government by making surveys of the flooded land.
Lindy was the worlds hero, and his baby was adopted by everybody just as Lindy had been.
At least youll tell us how Lindy saved his life by bailing out.
Lindy wasnt afraid just because nobody had ever flown the Atlantic alone before, and the wiseacres said that it couldnt be done.