The Meaning of BENT – BENT in a Sentence

The Meaning of BENT – BENT in a Sentence

The video provides the meaning and definition of the word ‘BENT’. A pronunciation guide is given, then a piece of clipart to encapsulate the main idea. This is followed by an illustrated sentence example.

Here is a transcript of the video: ” The Meaning of BENT – BENT in a Sentence”

Slide 1: What Is the Definition of BENT?

Slide 2: BENT: not straight

Slide 3: The picture shows a pile of old nails on a rotting floor.

Sentence example: There were many bent, rusty nails on the floor.

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The full course includes another 4 illustrated sentence examples for the word BENT plus these words . . .

Slide 5: Empower your vocabulary with these 25 words:

  • affable
  • aggressive
  • arduous
  • bent
  • biased
  • conventional
  • delinquent
  • detrimental
  • erroneous
  • expendable
  • extraordinary
  • fragile
  • gracious
  • gradual
  • hospitable
  • impressive
  • impulsive
  • relevant
  • remiss
  • ridiculous
  • squalid
  • supercilious
  • suspicious
  • sympathetic
  • wooden

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The Definition of ARDUOUS

More examples of the word BENT:

It crumpled under its own weight into a mountain of bent steel.

All I saw was the pole, bent at an acute angle.

Rivera’s beady black eyes stared at him over a bent nose.

As lights brightened the space, the performers — once a heap of bodies — expanded out across the stage, writhing with more energy as feet poked through armpits and legs bent around backs.


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