flexile

adjective flex·ile \ ˈflek-səl , -ˌsī(-ə)l \

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Origin and Etymology of flexile

borrowed from Latin flexilis, from flectere "to cause to go in a different direction, bend, curve" (of uncertain origin) + -tilis "subject to, susceptible to (the action of the verb)"


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