Definition for FLEX-I-BIL'I-TY

FLEX-I-BIL'I-TY, n. [See Flexible.]

  1. The quality of admitting to be bent; pliancy; flexibleness; as, the flexibility of rays of light. Newton.
  2. Easiness to be persuaded; the quality of yielding to arguments, persuasion, or circumstances; ductility of mind; readiness to comply; facility; as, flexibility of temper.

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