Bendy meaning

Having the ability to be bent easily.

Bendy rulers are far more fun than the wooden ones.

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(informal) Of a person, flexible; having the ability to bend easily.

2010 September 1, Jackie K. Cooper, “Ashley Bell: The Last Exorcism Introduces the "Bendy" Girl”, Huffington Post, accessed on 2013-05-09:When I was in the scene in the barn he encouraged me to do as many contortions as I could, and he seemed to like the fact I was so ''bendy.' … After all how many young actresses in Hollywood are "bendy"?

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Containing many bends and twists.

A bendy road.

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Of a vehicle, articulated.

2009 January 31, Deal Book, “Defining Good or Bad Design”, NYT, accessed on 2013-05-09:“The bendy bus is very easy to get on to and can carry twice as many passengers and more people can sit down,” Ms. Cottam said.

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(heraldry) Divided into diagonal bands of colour.
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(heraldry) A field divided diagonally into several bends, varying in metal and colour.
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Origin of bendy

  • From bend +‎ -y

    From Wiktionary