Flaccid [adjective]

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Sentence/Example of Flaccid:

There was a vicious aching in his nerves, his muscles were flaccid and unstrung; a numbness was in his brain as well.

The great hope after all lies in the knotless, rather flaccid character of the people.

His tail is not prehensile but flaccid, and half as long again as his head and body.

The two men went to the conservatory and gazed in upon a ruin of limp leaves and flaccid petals, killed by the powerful gases.

Fie, fie upon the flaccid, castrated century, that has no other use than to chew over again the deeds of the past.

For the uplift of his flagging, flaccid will he seemed likely to require either the Archimedean lever or the Archimedean screw.

Out of it bent a feeble, shrunken figure, with flaccid skin on deep-lined face, with blinking eyes behind big spectacles.

Terror was upon her white face as she saw it; her cheek was flaccid, and her mouth had almost the aspect of a round little hole.

The same pads of flesh hung flaccid from his jaws; the red, cracked knuckles of his hands, well remembered, were enormous still.

You will come to me like the morning sunlight, and make me a little less of a flaccid cabbage-plant.