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calisthenics exercises to promote strength and flexibility, done without special equipment. [1/2 definitions]
elasticity flexibility; adaptability. [1/3 definitions]
equity in law, a system supplementing the common law and serving to allow flexibility in cases where strict application of the law would result in hardship or unfairness. [1/5 definitions]
fitness the study of how the body attains strength, flexibility, and endurance. [1/4 definitions]
fitness ball a large, bouncy ball used in exercise programs or physical therapy to increase muscle control, strength, and flexibility.
freeze to lose mobility or flexibility; become rigid. [1/17 definitions]
give ability to yield; elasticity; flexibility. [1/13 definitions]
loose-jointed moving with notable ease, agility, and flexibility; limber. [1/2 definitions]
mobility the quality of moving or being moved easily from place to place, or of having ease and flexibility of motion. [1/2 definitions]
narrow without flexibility; rigid. [1/10 definitions]
plasticizer any of various substances added to plastics, paints, or the like to modify viscosity, flexibility, strength, or other characteristics.
rubato with some notes arbitrarily lengthened and others correspondingly shortened (used as a musical direction to indicate flexibility and expressiveness). [2/3 definitions]
supple able to move with ease and flexibility. [1/4 definitions]
suspension the various parts of an automobile that maintain flexibility between the wheels and the frame. [1/5 definitions]
thaw to regain feeling, flexibility, or the like by unfreezing or warming. [2/8 definitions]