Definition of Bandiest
1. bandy [adj] - See also: bandy
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Literary usage of Bandiest
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General by Thomas Spencer Baynes (1888)
"... a yreat warrior and commander of the royal forces, falls in love with 1 There are several complete editions published in India, the bandiest in 4 vola,, ..."
2. Virgil by Virgil, Henry Rushton Fairclough (1918)
"Then shouldst thou have feared for thine own ; now too late thou risest with unjust complaints, and bandiest bickering words in vain." 96 Thus pleaded Juno, ..."
3. A Treasury of English Sonnets by David M. Main (1881)
"... dead mysteries Of the world's birth-day ; oft in eager tone With quick-tailed fellows bandiest prompt replies, Solicitudes canine, four-footed amities. ..."
4. A Little Tour in Ireland: Being a Visit to Dublin, Galway, Connamara by Samuel Reynolds Hole, John Leech (1859)
"... he could give me no hope of final happiness ; and another impeccable party, •with a black satin stock and the bandiest legs in Oxford, felt himself ..."