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angle1 to move, bend, or adjust at an angle. [1/10 definitions]
bar sinister in heraldry, a bar on a shield that runs diagonally from lower left to upper right, signifying an illegitimate ancestor; bend sinister. [1/3 definitions]
bendable combined form of bend.
bent1 past tense and past participle of bend. [1/6 definitions]
bight a bend in a shoreline, or the body of water bounded by such a bend, such as a bay. [1/3 definitions]
bow1 to bend the head or the upper part of the body forward in greeting, acknowledgment, consent, submission, or the like. [4/8 definitions]
bow2 to bend or curve so as to resemble a bow. [1/7 definitions]
buckle a bend, bulge, or crimp. [3/9 definitions]
corrugate to shape or bend or become shaped or bent into parallel, wavelike ridges and grooves. [1/2 definitions]
crook to bend, curve, or hook. [1/5 definitions]
crouch to bend down; stoop low. [1/4 definitions]
curve a bend in a road. [2/7 definitions]
cut bank a steep riverbank, esp. one formed by erosion along a bend in a river.
declination a movement, bend, or slope downward. [1/5 definitions]
diffraction modification of light or other waves by partially obstructing them so that they bend around the obstruction and break into bands of different frequencies.
double to bend or to fold (something) in two (often fol. by "over"). [2/19 definitions]
double-jointed having joints that will bend freely and at unusual angles.
droop to hang or sink down; bend limply. [1/4 definitions]
elbow the bend or joint between the human upper arm and forearm, or the bony projection at this bend. [1/6 definitions]
flection a bent part or bend. [1/4 definitions]
flex to bend, often repeatedly. [1/3 definitions]