flexile


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flexible

adjective Capable of being bent without breaking; easily bent.

flexile

(flĕks′īl) [L. flexus, bent]
Pliant, flexible.
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flectile, the 1555 edition does not present the erroneous reading flexile, as is given in the apparatus criticus, but the correct reading flectile.
- Players will meet the Flexile Sentry in the ship in No-Mans Wharf, which gives players limited time since the ships gets filled with water.
[MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] are elastic displacements and elastic rotational angle at the end point [C.sub.i] of the flexile link [B.sub.i][C.sub.i], and the section curvature is equal to zero at the point [C.sub.i].
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Rooted in earth each cloven foot descends, And round and round her flexile neck she bends, [...] Eyes with mute tenderness her distant dam, Or seems to bleat, a vegetable lamb.
flexile arching as though his walk were a critique of marching,