Definition of pliancy in English:


Pronunciation /ˈplīənsē/ /ˈplaɪənsi/

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See pliant

‘Judo, the way of gentleness and pliancy, is one such path.’
  • ‘She is blessed with an exotic natural beauty and a porcelain fragility which cleverly disguises her great pliancy and strong technique.’
  • ‘A little pliancy in the mind of an investigator can't hurt either.’
  • ‘Strength of mind and pliancy are the causes and result of cheerfulness.’
  • ‘These movements are delivered with pliancy and arranged sensually in minimalist sequences.’