flaccid definition

  • adjective:
    • poor tone, strength, or muscular tonus. See Synonyms at limp.
    • Lacking vitality or energy: flaccid administration.
    • Flabby.
    • Soft; floppy.
    • poor energy or vitality.
    • Yielding to pressure for choose of firmness and stiffness; smooth and poor; limber; lax; drooping; flabby
    • regarding condition; maybe not powerful or robust; incapable of effort or endurance
    • drooping without elasticity; wanting in rigidity
    • poor firmness, resilience, or muscular tonus. See Synonyms at limp.
    • poor vitality or power: flaccid administration.
    • Flabby.
    • smooth; floppy.
    • poor energy or vitality.
    • Yielding to stress for hope of firmness and rigidity; soft and poor; limber; lax; sagging; flabby
    • out-of problem; maybe not powerful or robust; incapable of effort or stamina
    • drooping without elasticity; wanting in rigidity
    • Lacking firmness, resilience, or muscle tone. See Synonyms at limp.
    • poor tone, resilience, or muscular tonus. See Synonyms at limp.
    • Lacking firmness, resilience, or muscular tonus. See Synonyms at limp.
    • Lacking firmness, strength, or muscle tone. See Synonyms at limp.
    • Lacking tone, resilience, or muscular tonus. See Synonyms at limp.
    • Lacking vigor or energy: flaccid management.
    • Lacking vitality or power: flaccid management.
    • Lacking vitality or energy: flaccid management.
    • Lacking vitality or energy: flaccid management.
    • Lacking vigor or energy: flaccid management.
    • Flabby.
    • Flabby.
    • Flabby.
    • Flabby.
    • Flabby.
    • Soft; floppy.
    • Soft; floppy.
    • Soft; floppy.
    • smooth; floppy.
    • Soft; floppy.
    • Lacking power or vitality.
    • Lacking power or vitality.
    • Yielding to force for desire of firmness and stiffness; soft and poor; limber; lax; drooping; flabby
    • poor power or vitality.
    • poor energy or vigor.
    • Lacking power or vitality.
    • Yielding to stress for hope of tone and tightness; soft and weak; limber; lax; sagging; flabby
    • Yielding to force for hope of tone and stiffness; smooth and poor; limber; lax; sagging; flabby
    • Yielding to force for wish of firmness and rigidity; smooth and poor; limber; lax; sagging; flabby
    • Yielding to pressure for aim of tone and stiffness; smooth and weak; limber; lax; sagging; flabby
    • from problem; maybe not powerful or robust; not capable of effort or endurance
    • from condition; not powerful or robust; incapable of effort or stamina
    • off problem; not strong or robust; incompetent at exertion or endurance
    • away from condition; maybe not powerful or powerful; incompetent at exertion or endurance
    • off condition; maybe not strong or sturdy; incompetent at effort or endurance
    • drooping without elasticity; desiring in rigidity
    • drooping without elasticity; wanting in stiffness
    • sagging without elasticity; desiring in stiffness
    • drooping without elasticity; wanting in stiffness
    • sagging without elasticity; wanting in tightness
  • others:
    • smooth and limber; lax; drooping by its own weight; without tone or elasticity; flabby: since, flaccid skin.
    • smooth and limber; lax; sagging by unique fat; without tone or elasticity; flabby: as, flaccid skin.
    • Soft and limber; lax; sagging by its fat; without tone or elasticity; flabby: because, flaccid flesh.
    • smooth and limber; lax; drooping by its own body weight; without tone or elasticity; flabby: as, flaccid skin.
    • smooth and limber; lax; sagging by unique body weight; without tone or elasticity; flabby: as, flaccid skin.
    • Soft and limber; lax; sagging by a unique body weight; without tone or elasticity; flabby: since, flaccid flesh.
    • smooth and limber; lax; drooping by its very own body weight; without firmness or elasticity; flabby: because, flaccid flesh.

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