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Adjective: flexible  flek-su-bul
  1. Capable of being changed
    "flexible schedules"
  2. Able to flex; able to bend easily
    "slim flexible birches";
    - flexile
  3. Making or willing to make concessions
    "loneliness tore through him...whenever he thought of...even the flexible Louis du Tillet";
    - compromising, conciliatory
  4. Able to adjust readily to different conditions
    "a flexible personality";
    - elastic, pliable, pliant
  5. Bending and snapping back readily without breaking
    - whippy

See also: adaptable, bendable, double-jointed, elastic, limber, negotiable, on the table, pliable, pliant, spinnable, spinnbar, stretched, supple, waxy, yielding

Antonym: inflexible

Encyclopedia: Flexible