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to give and receive

to speak together and exchange ideas and opinions about

Synonyms for bandy

toss or strike a ball back and forth

exchange blows

discuss lightly

have legs that curve outward at the knees

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And speaking of cheeky suggestions, it's even being bandied about that Mr Price could top Plaid's South Wales West list next time around.
But some of the money that is being bandied about in the IPL is 10 times the amount of money you are earning.
Thomas' name has been bandied about by his fans, and appointing him would allow Bush to put an African American into a prominent slot.
The idea of moving from DC to AC motors in electronic forklifts is regularly bandied about these days ...
The subject of letting a corporation die or formally dissolving it has been bandied about many times before, but it has returned with another viewpoint.
To guide readers through some of the terms bandied about by vocal experts, Blades-Zeller includes a very helpful, efficient and effective glossary of terms.
The name of the bishop of Newcastle, Roger Herft, was being bandied about by those fond of the notion of a non-British archbishop of Canterbury.
Tried-and-true methods such as overturned coffee pots and carelessly bandied cattle prods have led to a number of ruinous lawsuits in the past few years, and many companies are now reluctant to slap an apparently deceased board member on the back to see if he is still breathing, fearing assault charges.
In one of the surest signs of successful gentrification, debate more recently has surged over what to call the area located west of the West Village and south of Chelsea, with the old-time appellation "Gans-evoort Market" bandied about as a substitute for "the Meatpacking District" and "the Meat Market".
Phrases such as: "Bad luck", "It's the altitude" and "Should qualify as the fastest loser" were bandied about.
After hours and hours of Post-It Notes and take-out food, winners and "best practices" contributors were bandied about, debated over, argued for and against, and ultimately agreed upon.
People bandied it about at activist gatherings, a Boston-based publication called Gay Community News used it in print, and I, for one, liked the ring.
In the Scherzo, the yellow-clad Isaacks was a radiant center with changing frames of dancers until she became absorbed into and bandied about by an advance of four men.
Perhaps the saddest fact is the way the word `Christian' is bandied about--proudly by some whose attitudes are a parody of what Christ proclaimed and derisively by those who see bigotry behind their words.