- the act of bending a limb.
- the position that a limb assumes when it is bent.
Examples from the Web for flexional
Feminine rhymes are indeed rarer than in Middle English poetry in consequence of the disuse of flexional endings.A History of English Versification|Jakob Schipper
It will fare not otherwise, as I am bold to predict, with the flexional genitive, formed in s or es (see p. 161).English Past and Present|Richard Chevenix Trench
Many of the classificatory and some of the flexional suffixes of Indo-European speech can be shown to have had this origin.
In this phrase, probably owing to confusion with we ynk(en), the verb often has no flexional ending; cp.
In the Greek dative-locative πόδ-εσ-σι, for example, the suffix -ες is classificatory; in the nominative πόδ-ες it is flexional.