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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of rebend.

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Examples

  • I made myself a set out of paper clips that I rebent into shape.

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  • So my lovely blade, which I had named “Maria the Disembowler” had to be rebent 6 times all in bouts against William plus my blade was mocked as having “a D&D name.”

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  • So my lovely blade, which I had named “Maria the Disembowler” had to be rebent 6 times all in bouts against William plus my blade was mocked as having “a D&D name.”

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  • She smiled at her reflection and rebent a piece of her platinum spiked hair.

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  • She smiled at her reflection and rebent a piece of her platinum spiked hair.

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  • She smiled at her reflection and rebent a piece of her platinum spiked hair.

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  • She smiled at her reflection and rebent a piece of her platinum spiked hair.

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  • If the external force has damaged the coiled fence wire, this should be rebent too.

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  • If it is broken it can be rebent into position and tightly tied together using binding wire and pliers.

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  • These hooks are made of soft metal, to be rebent after use; but the cod very often get away with them and are hooked again elsewhere; and that is one of the many reasons why the

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