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flexile

[ flek-sil or, especially British, -sahyl ]
/ ˈflɛk sɪl or, especially British, -saɪl /
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adjective
flexible; pliant; tractable; adaptable.
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Origin of flexile

First recorded in 1625–35, flexile is from the Latin word flexilis pliant, pliable. See flex1, -ile

OTHER WORDS FROM flexile

flex·il·i·ty, noun
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