Definition of flexible
- a flexible person without strong convictions
- a flexible foreign policy
- a flexible schedule
flexible branches swaying in the breeze
a material that is both strong and flexible
She's been doing exercises to become stronger and more flexible.
Our schedule for the weekend is very flexible.
This computer program has to be flexible to meet all our needs.
Whatever you want to do is fine with me. I'm flexible.
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: capable of bending or being bent
: easily changed : able to change or to do different things
: willing to change or to try different things
What made you want to look up flexible? Please tell us where you read or heard it (including the quote, if possible).
investment of mental or emotional energy
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