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1. Easily bent, often to a great degree, without breaking; pliable.
2. Adapting or adaptable to changing circumstance: "A flexible plan."
3. Easily swayed or influenced; pliant.
4. Susceptible to influence or persuasion; tractable.
5. Responsive to change; adaptable: "A flexible schedule."
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(Greek: khorde, "gut string" [of a lyre]; used in an extended sense to mean "sinew, flexible rod-shaped organ, string, cord"; Latin: chorda, "related notes in music, string of a musical instrument, cat-gut" via Old French, corde, "rope, string, twist, cord")
(Late Latin: feeler, to feel; a flexible appendage serving as an organ for moving around or for touching)