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How to use lindy in a sentence
The president considered “Lucky Lindy,” as he was derisively called, a Nazi sympathizer and a subversive.
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 rôle of Lindy, the reporter, offers great scope for a bright, vivacious actress.Three Hats|Alfred Debrun
"Gwine give yuh some crab cakes fo' suppah, Miss Lindy," she announced, looking up.Talbot's Angles|Amy E. Blanchard
Course, Sadie always insists on throwin' in something for overtime; but winnin' the extra didn't seem to be Lindy's main object.
Strikes me this Lindy of yours is perfectly good sweatshop material.
Anyway, I'm goin' to march you in and find out from Lindy herself whether she knows you or not.