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Word Example of - Bend

Example Sentences for bend

The old woman caught her by the arm so that she had to bend her head.

The Islander had gone around the bend of the river, and I could see only her masts and rigging.

The Sioux may be at both ends of this bend, for all we know.

Sim would be able to run it up to the shore, and probably had done so beyond the bend.

Tim made a slight motion, with his head, for his master to bend towards him.

She was obliged to bend nearly double in order to walk about in the shelter.

They saw Barry bend low; they saw the stallion increase its pace.

He motioned for her to bend closer for the sound of his voice was becoming weaker.

The second is due to the W-shaped bend of the white streak of the hind wings.

The lights of the steamboat had long since disappeared around the bend.

Word Origin & History of - Bend

    Word Origin & History

    bend O.E. bendan "to confine with a string," causative of bindan "to bind," from P.Gmc. base *band- "string, band" (cf. O.N. benda "to join, strain, strive, bend"), from PIE base *bhendh- (cf. Goth. bindan, O.H.G. bintan, Skt. badhnati "binds," Lith. bendras "partner;" O.Pers. bandaka- "subject"). Modern sense (early 14c.) is via notion of bending a bow to string it. Cognate with band, bind, and bond. The noun meaning "thing of bent shape" is from c.1600. The bends "decompression pain" first attested 1894.

The Definition of - Bend (verb)

    verb (used with object), bent or (Archaic) bended; bending.
    1.
    to force (an object, especially a long or thin one) from a straight form into a curved or angular one, or from a curved or angular form into some different form:
    to bend an iron rod into a hoop.
    2.
    to direct or turn in a particular direction:
    to bend one's energies to the task.
    3.
    to cause to submit or yield:
    to bend someone to one's will.
    4.
    to modify or relax (restrictions, regulations, etc.) temporarily or in certain circumstances:
    to bend the rules.
    5.
    to incline mentally (usually followed by to or toward):
    bending his thoughts back toward his childhood.
    6.
    to pull back the string of (a bow or the like) in preparation for shooting.
    7.
    Nautical. to fasten.
    8.
    Archaic. to strain or brace tensely (often followed by up).
    verb (used without object), bent or (Archaic) bended; bending.
    9.
    to become curved, crooked, or bent:
    a bow that bends easily.
    10.
    to assume a bent posture; stoop (often followed by over):
    to bend as one walks; to bend over and pick up something.
    11.
    to turn or incline in a particular direction; be directed:
    The road bent toward the south.
    12.
    to yield or submit; give in.
    13.
    to bow in submission or reverence:
    bending to one's monarch.
    14.
    to direct one's energies:
    We bent to our work as the bell sounded.
    noun
    15.
    the act of bending.
    16.
    something that bends; curve; crook:
    a bend in the road; a bend in the curtain rod.
    17.
    Nautical. any of various loops or knots for joining the ends of two ropes or the like, or for joining the end of a rope or the like to some other object.
    18.
    bends, Nautical.
    1. thick planking immediately below the waterways of a wooden vessel.
    2. the wales of a vessel.
    19.
    the bends, aeroembolism (def 2).
    Idioms
    20.
    around / round the bend, Slang. insane; crazy:
    These interruptions will send me round the bend!
    21.
    bend / lean / fall over backward, to exert oneself to the utmost; make a serious effort:
    They bent over backward to make sure their guests were comfortable.