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flaccidity

[ fla-sid-i-tee, flak- ]
/ flæˈsɪd ɪ ti, flæk- /
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noun
the state or condition of being soft and limp; flabbiness or lack of firmness: This therapy also tightens the skin by helping to reduce flaccidity, lift sagging tissues, and restore skin tone and structure.
lack of strength or force; weakness: Assuring other nations that the United States will exercise its power responsibly, sparingly, virtuously, and in accordance with international norms is not a sign of moral flaccidity.
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Sometimes flac·cid·ness [flas-id-nis, flak-] /ˈflæs ɪd nɪs, ˈflæk-/ .

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