Thesaurus / bent


There is no reason to really be bent out of shape or get worried or frustrated with anything.
Inside each pack is a metal disk that needs to be snapped or bent to release a heat-generating compound.
As the value of the crates has risen, so too has a new class of criminals hell-bent on stealing honeybees.
The daughter of a mobster, Ji-U is bent on seeking revenge after her father’s death and poses as a police officer to find the parties responsible.
I don’t want to go so far as to say that there’s like a fascist or authoritarian bent here.
It amplifies their sense that there’s this left-wing conspiracy that’s hell-bent on preventing them from even expressing their views.
Features that you will find to facilitate this back comfort are lightweight materials like aluminum and plastic, a longer slightly bent arm, and larger D-Grip handles.
Such images were widely circulated among the mainland public, feeding into the narrative that the democratic movement in the city had been co-opted by foreign hostile forces, bent on splintering the country.
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.
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.


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