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bent

Drug slang
verb A regional street term for being intoxicated with narcotics or psychedelics.

Vox populi adjective
(1) Dishonest.
(2) Not straight; homosexual, gay.
(3) Intoxicated, “wasted”.
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And as the thought came to her mind, the flower raised its drooping head, and, looking up into the earnest little face bent over it, seemed by its fragrant breath to answer Annie's silent thought, and strengthen her for what might come.
The Friar bent his brows and looked shrewdly at Robin Hood.
Their bent backs, their poor thin bodies and their hopeless, sorrowful faces attesting the weary wretchedness of their existence.
How was I to know that death lurked in that bent piece of wood?
His head bent over swiftly, and, as his lips approached, hers flew to meet them.
Matt bent over and passed his hand along White Fang's belly.
Many heads were bent forward with eagerness and sympathy.
Beneath the heights fo Taygetus stately Leda bare them, when the dark-clouded Son of Cronos had privily bent her to his will.
Gilbert went to the sofa and bent over him for a few moments.
It was a bright and sunny morning in the pleasant time of summer, when one of those black monks emerged from the abbey portal, and bent his steps towards the house of the fair sisters.
I bent in great anxiety over the body of the reporter and had the joy to find that he was deeply sleeping, the same unhealthy sleep that I had seen fall upon Frederic Larsan.
demanded the old man, straightening his bent back with difficulty.