adjective, sup·pler, sup·plest.
verb (used with or without object), sup·pled, sup·pling.
Origin of supple
Related formssup·ple·ness, nounun·sup·ple, adjectiveun·sup·ple·ness, nounun·sup·p·ly, adverb
Examples from the Web for supple
But that wine, a balanced blend of supple fruit, focused acidity and sweet spice, was my wake-up call.
Loose silk pants, cozy ponchos, and supple leggings were all a part of the equation.
Her finely-rounded, supple, muscular figure trembled, as if she had been the most fragile woman living.The Fallen Leaves|Wilkie Collins
I never saw her move so quickly as when she went out the back door and broke off a supple green apple switch.
The young man stood at supple ease before them, one hand resting on his hip and the other on the saddle.Mavericks|William MacLeod Raine
Iberville's hand was large, compact, and supple; Gering's small and firm.The Trail of the Sword, Complete|Gilbert Parker
He fancied himself an athlete of possibilities and a supple dancer.This Side of Paradise|F. Scott Fitzgerald