bandied[ ban-dee ]SEE DEFINITION OF bandied
Synonyms for bandied
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BANDIED
All the secrets and signs were bandied about and laughed at among the boys.
They are quarrelling about the qualification, and angry words were bandied about.
He bandied epithets with some of his hearers who interrupted him.
Recriminations were bandied between the noblesse and the Tiers tat.
So the gospel and its Founder were bandied from tongue to tongue as a theme for unholy mirth.
It's just wild assertion; to have it bandied about was unfair to Dancy.
For hours words were bandied, explanations offered, and threats made.
Why they should be so is another matter, and reasons are bandied about.
Aunt Judy's aphorism was bandied about on Tuesday until it was hacknied.
He knew I was not a shuttlecock, to be bandied about at pleasure.