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flaccid

 [flak´sid]
1. weak, lax, or soft; applied especially to muscles.
2. atonic.

flac·cid

(flak'sid), Avoid the mispronunciation flăs'id.
Relaxed, flabby, or without tone.
[L. flaccidus]

flaccid

/flac·cid/ (flak´sid) (flas´id)
1. weak, lax, and soft.
2. atonic.

flaccid

[flak′sid]
Etymology: L, flaccus, flabby
weak, soft, and flabby; lacking normal muscle tone, such as flaccid muscles associated with peripheral neuritis, poliomyelitis, and early stroke. flaccidity, flaccidness, n.

flaccid

Sexology
adjective Referring to a non-erect penis.

flac·cid

(flak'sid)
Relaxed, flabby, or without muscle tone.
[L. flaccidus]

flaccid

Flabby, limp or soft. Lacking firmness vigour or energy.

Flaccid

Flabby, limp, weak.

flaccid

flabby; lacking tone

flac·cid

(flak'sid) Avoid the mispronunciation flas'id.
Relaxed, flabby, or without tone.
[L. flaccidus]

flaccid (flas´id, flak´sid),

adj being in a relaxed or flabby state, as in a flail-like condition or paralysis of a muscle.

flaccid

weak, lax, soft; applied especially to muscles.