Then Calvin Klein aired a two-minute commercial featuring an Adonis flexing in underwear.
In practice, the frequency of employees telecommuting and flexing their time is low.
Plus, Murphy on Obama flexing his executive privilege muscle on the issue.
And the Amazigh women of Jadu in the Nafusa Mountains—free since the end of February—are flexing their muscles in their own way.
But flexing that muscle in this case will do nothing to legitimize the idea that bodily integrity matters.
Their green antenna rose above the water, a curious forest of luminous tentacles, flexing, wavering.
First she stood tentatively, flexing her knees and testing her weight.
The Guardsman got up stiffly, flexing his arm, and stooped to pick up and sheath his knife without taking his eyes off Charles.
flexing his hands until he worked some feeling into them, he inched the ship lower.
The doorway filled with flexing muscles that flexed in vain, but somewhat at a disadvantage by the strictly static tableaux.
v. flexed, flex·ing, flex·es
To contract a muscle.
To move a joint so that the parts it connects approach each other.