- a capable of being changed
- a able to flex; able to bend easily
slim flexible birches
- s able to adjust readily to different conditions
a flexible personality
- s bending and snapping back readily without breaking
- a making or willing to make concessions
- CeeLite's paper-thin, flexible lightbulbs can go virtually anywhere: around a pillar, on the floor, even around Chad Smith's drum set during the Red Hot Chili Peppers' recent .
- Imagine a cell phone you could roll up like a sheet of paper, or a computer screen flexible enough to wrap around a pillar.
- When an orangutan leaps from a flexible branch it also loses motion energy think of jumping off a pile of sand versus one of asphalt and when they land on a flexible branch .
- Ben Bernanke in TheStreet.com
Over time,Bernanke said, "the Federal Reserve's commitment to both price stability and maximum sustainable employment and the underlying strengths of the US economy -- including flexible markets and robust innovation and productivity -- will be...
- President Bush in Reuters
Our economy is large and it's open and flexible. Our capital markets are some of the deepest and most liquid. And the long-term health and strong foundation of our economy will shine through and be reflected in currency values,Bush said.
- Mahmoud Othman in The Associated Press
This will depend on to what extent the political parties will be flexible,Othman said in an interview. "But if they stay adamant to their demands then, in my opinion, it will be hard to go forward."