bandy bandy  /ˈbæn di/

Definition(s):

  1. (v) discuss lightly
  2. (v) exchange blows
  3. (v) toss or strike a ball back and forth
  4. (adj) have legs that curve outward at the knees

Usage(s):

  1. As the crowd cheered, bandy-legged 150-lb.
  2. As the crowd cheered, bandy-legged 150-lb.
  3. To them this god looked like a somewhat toothy, somewhat bandy-legged, thin-chested, bespectacled little man.

News

  1. Dog-Friendly Restaurant Charlie Wants a Burger Still Ruff Around the Edges

    On paper, the pup-centric concept behind Charlie Wants a Burger sounds great: a dog-friendly River Walk restaurant specializing in all-American chow, with a charitable tie-in to the Humane Society. But in reality, this utopian doggie vision breaks down faster than a turd in the rain. On my first visit, I brought my 105-pound Great Pyrenees, Bandero. Thinking smart (or so I believed), Bandy and I ...
    on June 19, 2013     Source: San Antonio Current

  2. Police Blotter

    Julianne Blomberg, 19, 332 S. Linn St. Apt. 414, was charged Sunday with presence in a bar after hours. Christopher Bandy, 25, 2530 Clearwater Court, was charged June 14 with OWI.
    on June 18, 2013     Source: The Daily Iowan

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Quotes

  1. Williamson said: "I would have loved another 10 series of Extras but I can totally understand them wanting to call it a day. The one thing we did bandy about, half in jest and half seriously, was the idea of a spin-off for my character Barry and the...
    on Jan 3, 2008 By: Shaun Williamson Source: Daily Mail

  2. "I'm not satisfied, I have not agreed that. I made it quite clear to Sammy Wilson and the Executive colleagues I do not agree that," he said. "Whilst you can bandy figures around, weasel words over percentages, the fact is health's the big...
    on Jan 12, 2010 By: Michael McGimpsey Source: BBC News

  3. "What I saw while I was cycling last summer was that pub after pub was closing down," explains Paul. "I'd often go cycling for four weeks in an area, and in that time I might see one or two pubs shutting down. People do bandy figures around,...
    on Apr 30, 2010 By: Paul Heaton Source: Liverpool Echo

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