benty

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bent +‎ -y

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benty (comparative more benty, superlative most benty)

  1. Abounding in bents, or the stalks of coarse, stiff, withered grass.
    benty fields
  2. Resembling bent.
    • 1841, Henry Cockburn, Journal:
      The gray benty colour of the always drenched pasture.

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Etymology[edit]

bent +‎ -y

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benty (comparative mair benty, superlative maist benty)

  1. Covered with bent.
  2. Composed of or resembling bent.