Definition of bendy in English:

bendy

Syllabification: bend·y
Pronunciation: /ˈbendē
 
/

adjective (bendier, bendiest)

informal
Capable of bending; soft and flexible.
More example sentences
  • The most amusing thing I bought was a plastic box full of bendy drinking straws.
  • We took pictures of the ziraffe (her strange bendy giraffe with zebra stripes capable of manifold contortions).
  • Its general manager says the flexible displays are far more advanced than other bendy screens in terms of size, resolution and the complexity of the organic electronics used.

Derivatives

bendiness

noun
More example sentences
  • Now choose the Direct Select tool and play around with the anchor points to get the bendiness you require.
  • There is a huge potential to generate superior plant species with augmented levels of requested characteristics e.g. improving the bendiness of Fraxinus.
  • Contortionist Daniel Browning Smith discovered his incredible bendiness as a child when he fell from a top bunk and did the splits.

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