Definition of bendy in English:

bendy

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Pronunciation: /ˈbɛndi
 
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adjective (bendier, bendiest)

1British Capable of bending; soft and flexible: a bendy toy
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.
2(Especially of a road) having many bends: bendy country roads
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  • He said lighting could not be installed at Bilbrough Top without having to put them all the way to Tadcaster, because it was such a bendy road, and the solution to the problems was junction improvements, allowing people to get across safely.
  • Our tiny bendy roads were not made for heavy traffic.
  • It's not that far from us, although it takes a little while to get there since all the roads are bendy.

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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