Antonyms of INFLEXIBLE

Examples of usage:

  1. The Chaldeans were the first to conceive the idea of an inflexible necessity ruling the universe, instead of gods acting in the world according to their passions, like men in society. "The Oriental Religions in Roman Paganism" by Franz Cumont
  2. They have not mental discipline enough to make the distinction between the world of sentiment and the world of action, in which inflexible conditions modify the purpose. "The Mystery of Metropolisville" by Edward Eggleston
  3. It seemed to Valencia that the don was displeased; he read it in the set of his head, in the hardness that was in his glance, in a certain inflexible quality of his voice. "The Gringos" by B. M. Bower
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