Part of speech: verb

To exchange, as words, blows, etc.; knock or pass to and fro.

Part of speech: adjective

Crooked outward at the knees.

Part of speech: noun


Part of speech: noun

A hockey- stick.

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Usage examples "bandy":

  1. The figure of fun was a middle- aged man of small stature, and very bandy- legged, dressed in a blue coat and brass buttons, and carrying a great bass- viol bigger than himself, in a rough baize cover. - "Tom Brown at Oxford", Thomas Hughes.
  2. The old plainsman, scarred veteran of many a frontier brawl, was too quick tempered and too proficient with his six- shooter to take back- talk from the despised sheep herders or to bandy words with a man he feared and hated. - "Hidden Gold", Wilder Anthony.
  3. That evening a bandy drove up to the nursery, and she saw the explanation of the pressure and the answer to the prayer. - "Lotus Buds", Amy Carmichael.