flexile

[ flek-sil or, esp. British, -sahyl ]SEE DEFINITION OF flexile
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The flexile and dubious expression of youth was forever gone.

Eudora had more sparkling eyes, lips more richly coloured, and a form more slender and flexile.

She stood no more than a pace from him, a flexile figure that poised and swung, to provoke the wild beast in him to spring.

The movement, in its sinuous, flexile gliding, resembled somewhat a serpent's crawl.

On the former supposition, the ovipositor must be remarkably long and flexile to enable the animal to place the eggs on its back.

The willow leaflets were just putting out, and the swaying of the flexile boughs was slight and noiseless.

A powerful charm came from her superb physique, her radiant color, and from her beautiful, flexile lips and sound white teeth.

He lay in the Englishwoman's gentle arms—a little brown bundle of flexile limbs and cotton night-shirt.

Flexile -is: capable of being bent at an angle without breaking: flexible.

From their flexile and unformed minds I can carve out my fittest tools.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR FLEXILE

flexible

adjectivepliable, bendable
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