Usages of bend
Mnemonic: the grain is so heavy that it bends the tree it grows on.
Do not bend it twice or it'll wrap around itself!
This one clearly looks like a cliff.
To take a step, a person must bend their knee.
To find what's good, seek stillness in the mind and a willingness to bend.
You can bend a fishhook into a spoon.
A hand is basically a collection of hooks that can bend at two joints.
You're in a race, but in the ninth second, you already bend your car around a tree.
Bend ten times, and you'll reach a thousand.
You bend towards the sun, and are covered in white light.
You visit a peace ceremony in which everyone bends their spear such that it becomes useless.
Two dots and a bend, truly the most insignificant kanji components.
The wind is blowing so hard that it even bends the insects under the table.
ヰ is an obsolete katakana character, previously used to represent the sound wi.
Now, the sound wi is represented by the digraph ウィ(Ui).
Though ヰ is not used as a katakana character anymore, it does appear as a component in multiple Kanji.
The scissors you're holding has one blade that's bent.
Bend around the desert, and you'll find what's beyond.
When you are certain, your heart does not bend.
One hook is all a genius needs to bend the universe to their will.
A calamity bends our life in a big way.
Even if you bend the upside down box, the rice is simply too big to fit in its interior.
You have to bend over twenty times to get the right measure.
The sheep takes a bend at work, making a clear distinction.
When bent, a spear is only a fifth as effective.