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  • noun Plural form of bender.

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Examples

  • Each group has chosen people called benders, who can, yes, bend their particular element to their will.

    'Airbender': A Kid Flick With Little To Lure Parents

  • Their spirit lives on today in the guise of "benders".

    Junkitecture and the Jellyfish theatre

  • Today, he employs about 3,000 "benders," who hand-shape the glass into spirals.

    He had bright light-bulb idea

  • Today, he employs about 3,000 "benders," who hand-shape the glass into spirals.

    He had bright light-bulb idea

  • Today, he employs about 3,000 "benders," who spend three months learning how to hand-shape the glass into spirals.

    His Bright Idea: Dominate

  • [23] In the leg below the knee, and in the forearm, we have two groups of "benders" or _flexors_, and "straighteners" or _extensors_, as in the upper arm and leg, only slenderer and more numerous.

    A Handbook of Health

  • Most of them, on both arms and legs, are in two great groups -- one known as the "benders," or _flexors, _ which, when they shorten, bend the limb; and the other, the

    A Handbook of Health

  • Overnight in Colombia, we’re told right not just a few fender benders, which is pretty miraculous when you see the roadways.

    CNN Transcript Feb 16, 2004

  • In these kingdoms, there are individuals, "benders", with the supernatural ability to control their given element.

    Twitch

  • Within each nation are "benders", those who are capable of controlling a nation's signature element.

    Opus

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