- 1 [usually in combination] An object or person that bends something else: a fender benderMore example sentences
- Thus, field soldiers and civilian metal and electron benders were in the driver's seat - they could literally build their own division to meet General Meyer's concept and his timelines.
- There are department-store tents of amateur watercolourists, amateur kiddie crocheters, flower dryers, mud turners, cancerous candle makers, rag-doll knotters and metal benders.
- Working with English metal benders, the professor of experimental physics at Birkbeck College, University of London, has devised extensive methods of guarding against conscious or unconscious fraud.
- 2A wild drinking spree.More example sentences
- This could be because of a weekend drinking bender, or it's more likely because the story is tremendously forgettable.
- However, I had been on a hard drinking bender for the whole weekend.
- I guess this gives me a shoddy excuse to embark on a weeklong bender of hard drinking, dire self-examination and monstrous self-pity.
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