flexile definition

  • adjective:
    • Flexible.
    • flexible
    • effective at being repeatedly flexed without breaking
    • versatile; pliant; flexible; quickly bent; synthetic; tractable.
    • capable flex; in a position to fold easily
    • Flexible.
    • Versatile.
    • flexible
    • Flexible.
    • flexible
    • Capable of being over and over repeatedly flexed without breaking
    • versatile; pliant; flexible; easily curved; synthetic; tractable.
    • effective at being repeatedly flexed without breaking
    • Flexible; pliant; flexible; effortlessly bent; synthetic; tractable.
    • able to flex; capable fold easily
    • in a position to flex; capable fold quickly
    • Flexible.
    • versatile
    • with the capacity of being over repeatedly flexed without breaking
    • versatile; pliant; pliable; effortlessly bent; plastic; tractable.
    • versatile
    • effective at becoming over and over flexed without breaking
    • Flexible; pliant; pliable; quickly bent; synthetic; tractable.
    • capable flex; capable bend easily
    • Versatile.
    • versatile.
    • Versatile.
    • Versatile.
    • able to flex; in a position to fold quickly
    • versatile
    • flexible
    • flexible
    • flexible
    • Capable of being over repeatedly flexed without breaking
    • with the capacity of becoming over and over repeatedly flexed without breaking
    • effective at becoming continuously flexed without breaking
    • effective at being continuously flexed without breaking
    • Flexible; pliant; flexible; quickly curved; plastic; tractable.
    • versatile; pliant; flexible; easily curved; synthetic; tractable.
    • versatile; pliant; flexible; quickly bent; synthetic; tractable.
    • versatile; pliant; pliable; effortlessly bent; plastic; tractable.
    • capable flex; in a position to flex easily
    • able to flex; in a position to fold effortlessly
    • capable flex; in a position to flex easily
    • able to flex; capable flex easily
  • others:
    • versatile; pliant; pliable; cellular; easily curved; readily yielding to power, impulse, or moral power.
    • In bacteriology, put on filamentous forms of micro-organisms which are twisted and curved, although keeping their particular rigidity.
    • versatile; pliant; flexible; cellular; quickly bent; easily yielding to energy, impulse, or ethical force.
    • In bacteriology, placed on filamentous forms of micro-organisms that are turned and curved, although keeping their particular rigidity.
    • versatile; pliant; pliable; cellular; effortlessly bent; readily producing to energy, impulse, or moral force.
    • In bacteriology, applied to filamentous types of bacteria which are turned and curved, although keeping their particular rigidity.
    • Flexible; pliant; flexible; mobile; effortlessly curved; easily yielding to power, impulse, or moral force.
    • In bacteriology, applied to filamentous forms of micro-organisms that are twisted and curved, although retaining their rigidity.
    • Flexible; pliant; pliable; mobile; quickly bent; readily yielding to energy, impulse, or moral force.
    • In bacteriology, put on filamentous types of germs which are twisted and curved, although maintaining their particular rigidity.
    • Flexible; pliant; pliable; cellular; quickly bent; readily producing to energy, impulse, or ethical power.
    • versatile; pliant; pliable; mobile; quickly curved; readily yielding to energy, impulse, or ethical power.
    • Flexible; pliant; pliable; cellular; effortlessly bent; readily producing to power, impulse, or moral power.
    • In bacteriology, applied to filamentous forms of germs that are twisted and curved, although maintaining their rigidity.
    • In bacteriology, applied to filamentous kinds of micro-organisms that are turned and curved, although keeping their rigidity.
    • In bacteriology, put on filamentous kinds of bacteria that are twisted and curved, although retaining their rigidity.
    • Flexible; pliant; pliable; mobile; easily bent; easily yielding to energy, impulse, or moral force.
    • In bacteriology, placed on filamentous kinds of micro-organisms which are twisted and curved, although maintaining their rigidity.

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