- v. present participle of bandy.
“He saw that the man had drunk too much, and the idea of bandying words in the attempt to rebuke him was distasteful.”
““It really is smashing, Dryden,” said Teddy, bandying about his new mot du jour.”
“Of course, simply bandying names about isn't the point.”
“There is no reason to believe that the caps TWC is bandying about will cause a single person to redesign a single web site.”
“When people were bandying about various names for the Terps head football coach job opening, there was a lot of chatter about who would help put bodies in seats.”
“In recent days, each side has been describing the other in increasingly vitriolic terms, bandying around words such as "disingenuous" and "lying" in private.”
“We counted several occurrences of this phrase during a recent scene, with folks of every age and creed hilariously bandying about variations on the awkward verbiage.”
“It's not like they don't know what's coming …29 mins "If we're bandying around present horror stories, we asked my father in law for a toaster and a cookbook," writes Hugh Collins.”
“The progress comes as Google has been bandying the channel idea around Hollywood for months, as it tries to reposition the web video juggernaut as more formidable competitor to TV.”
“Now I was imagining something twenty or thirty years down the road, not thinking that they would dare be bandying things about now.”
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