Some may be concerned that a system along these lines would be inflexible.
When two people have to work late, who will meet that inflexible day-care pickup time?
They're rigid and inflexible and hopeless and just plain cuhrayzee.
Liberated from overstressing our backs, we suffer from weak and inflexible backs.
But, as the judge was of an inflexible cruelty, he condemned him to be committed to a slow fire.
Whatever he might think of the Mormon doctrines, upon that one point he was inflexible.
Lardner protests against Pliny's application of the words "contumacy and inflexible obstinacy" to the Christians of Pontus.
Nor is prejudice then so strong, nor opinion so inflexible, as in later manhood.
inflexible necessity, inexorable law, absolute uniformity, unbroken continuity tell the story of the universe.
He, whose character is inflexible, and who has no brains—what sort of a life is his?
late 14c., "incapable of being bent, physically rigid," also figuratively, "unbending in temper or purpose," from Middle French inflexible and directly from Latin inflexibilis, from inflexus, past participle of inflectere (see inflect). In early 15c. an identical word had an opposite sense, "capable of being swayed or moved," from in- "in, on." Related: Inflexibly.