pliable[ plahy-uh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF pliable
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PLIABLE
Pliable finding the road disagreeable has soon had enough of it.
Pliable thinks that there may be something in what he says, and offers to go with him.
Covers should first be steamed to make them soft and pliable.
At the time of using, first see that the brush is soft and pliable.
Linen is less elastic and pliable than cotton and bleaches and dyes readily.
The wool was clipped from the sheep, washed, and oiled to make it smooth and pliable.
They had discovered a process to render it as pliable as rubber.
Stockinet is a good material for diapers; it is soft, warm, and pliable.
Look at some of the facts of our own day, and see how pliable human nature is.
The Medes and Persians were lax and pliable in their laws in comparison with these publicans.