[Answer] flexible

Answer: able to bend easily; able to adjust to new situations
flexible
adjective
Word Origin late Middle English: from Old French or from Latin flexibilis from flectere ‘to bend’.
Scrabble Points: 20
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Flexible definition is – capable of being flexed : pliant. How to use flexible in a sentence. Synonym Discussion of flexible .
Some common synonyms of flexible are elastic resilient springy and supple. While all these words mean “able to endure strain without being permanently injured ” flexible applies to something which may or may not be resilient or elastic but which can be bent or folded without breaking.
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Capable of being changed or adjusted to meet particular or varied needs: a job with flexible hours; a flexible definition of normality. [From Latin flexibilis from flexus past participle of flectere to bend.]
1 Flexible limber pliant refer to that which bends easily. Flexible refers to that which is capable of being bent and…

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