flexibly flexibly  /f ˈlɛk səb li/


  • (adv) with flexibility


  1. Instead, they would give minimal aid and string us along, not even helping us to adapt juche more flexibly.
  2. But although his figure was bent with age, it still bent flexibly with the music.
  3. His lines, flexibly austere, trace out the action sharply and whip passion to its perfect pitch.



  1. "The IMF's resources must be doubled to enable it to help its members swiftly and flexibly when they experience difficulties," Angela Merkel, the German chancellor, said.
    on Feb 22, 2009 By: Angela Merkel Source: Boston Globe

  2. "What we don't want to do is to tie our own hands so that we cannot act creatively and flexibly to support the very policies in Iraq that we're trying to enforce," Rice said.
    on Apr 29, 2007 By: Condoleezza Rice Source: Washington Post

  3. "We are looking at the current shift towards fuel-efficient cars (in the United States) as a structural change in demand," Toyota President Katsuaki Watanabe told a news conference. "We intend to respond quickly and flexibly to this...
    on Aug 27, 2008 By: Katsuaki Watanabe Source: Reuters India

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