Synonyms for flexibility
Antonyms for flexibility
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FLEXIBILITY
The tufts between the toes and the flexibility of the tail are other important points.
Here was a combination of the tenacity of steel with much of the flexibility of rope.
His limbs lost their flexibility, and some of his wiring started to corrode.
The flexibility of art instruction is both advantageous and embarrassing.
Elastic: a part which has a degree of flexibility throughout.
They are rigid as compared with the flexibility of hide glues.
Their tails are endowed with the most wonderful degree of flexibility.
Many other exquisite designs were the product of its flexibility and transparency.
You must have a lot of flexibility in order to dance in a professional manner.
It has the flexibility of the quill, but does not have to be "mended."
1610s, of physical things, from French flexibilité or directly from Late Latin flexibilitatem (nominative flexibilitas), from Latin flexibilis (see flexible). Of immaterial things from 1783.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR FLEXIBILITY
- child's play
- duck soup
- smooth sailing
- carte blanche
- free rein
- full play
- full swing
- laissez faire
- own accord
- plenty of rope