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The softest, freest, most pliable and changeful living substance is the brain—the hardest and most iron-bound as well.
THE HOMECHARLOTTE PERKINS GILMAN
In his right hand he held a stick, a little, pliable bamboo stick.
CAYBIGANJAMES HOPPER
These manuvres are intended to render them pliable, to separate the fibres, which permits the salts to penetrate more easily.
Feel the ends of your weavers and you will find that some are stiff while others are almost as soft and pliable as cord.
I think your friend is of too pliable a nature to be in the hands of so unscrupulous a rascal.
PARLOUS TIMESDAVID DWIGHT WELLS
The eye should be bright, the face short, the bones of fine texture, and the skin soft and pliable.
AGRICULTURE FOR BEGINNERSCHARLES WILLIAM BURKETT
The Spy is used; the leather on it keeps soft and pliable and wears a year or two, until the book is too dirty to keep it longer.
It is so soft and pliable that it cannot hurt the most delicate part which it covers, yet it is very strong and tough.
Vide: The ingenious use which Rag makes of Bobtail's pliable hat.
They are made of heavy, undyed leather, singularly soft and pliable, and thoroughly waterproof.

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