Thesaurus / bent
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
There is no reason to really be bent out of shape or get worried or frustrated with anything.
FOR FIRST TIME IN THREE WEEKS, CAPITALS COULD BE AT FULL STRENGTH SUNDAYSAMANTHA PELLFEBRUARY 11, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Inside each pack is a metal disk that needs to be snapped or bent to release a heat-generating compound.
BEST HAND WARMERS: BLOCK THE CHILL DURING YOUR FAVORITE WINTER ACTIVITIESPOPSCI COMMERCE TEAMFEBRUARY 10, 2021POPULAR SCIENCE
As the value of the crates has risen, so too has a new class of criminals hell-bent on stealing honeybees.
BEE THEFT IS ALMOST A PERFECT CRIME—BUT THERE’S A NEW SHERIFF IN TOWNANDREW ZALESKIFEBRUARY 9, 2021POPULAR SCIENCE
I don’t want to go so far as to say that there’s like a fascist or authoritarian bent here.
‘REVENGE TACTIC:’ GAMESTOP'S MASSIVE STOCK SURGE ISN'T ONLY ABOUT MAKING MONEYPETER ALLEN CLARKJANUARY 28, 2021TIME
It amplifies their sense that there’s this left-wing conspiracy that’s hell-bent on preventing them from even expressing their views.
TWITTER AND YOUTUBE BANNED STEVE BANNON. APPLE STILL GIVES HIM MILLIONS OF LISTENERS.BY LYDIA DEPILLISJANUARY 19, 2021PROPUBLICA
If it’s not bent, you still need an X-ray, because you need to identify the nature of the fracture and whether it enters the joint and whether that joint is disrupted.
‘A PANDEMIC OF BROKEN TOES’: HOW LIFE AT HOME HAS BEEN PAINFUL FOR FEETELIZABETH CHANGJANUARY 12, 2021WASHINGTON POST
The dog hung close to the paratrooper’s body, all legs dangling, and the paratrooper needed to hold the dog’s legs bent on landing so they didn’t break.
THIS NEW HARNESS LETS MILITARY DOGS PARACHUTE SAFELY AND WITH STYLECHRISTINA MACKENZIEJANUARY 4, 2021POPULAR SCIENCE
WORDS RELATED TO BENT
- be out for blood
- dead set on
- mean business
- playing hard ball
- at boiling point
- bent out of shape
- beside oneself
- blowing a gasket
- blowing one's top
- boiling mad
- boiling over
- fit to be tied
- going ape
- mad as a hornet
- on the warpath
- ranting and raving
- raving mad
- seeing red
- throwing a fit
- frame of mind
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.