Etymology
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flexibility (n.)

1610s, of physical things, from French flexibilité (in Old French, "weakness, vacillation") or directly from Late Latin flexibilitatem (nominative flexibilitas), from Latin flexibilis "pliant, yielding" (see flexible). Of immaterial things from 1783.

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Definitions of flexibility

flexibility (n.)
the property of being flexible; easily bent or shaped;
Synonyms: flexibleness
flexibility (n.)
the quality of being adaptable or variable;
he enjoyed the flexibility of his working arrangement
Synonyms: flexibleness
flexibility (n.)
the trait of being easily persuaded;
Synonyms: tractability / tractableness
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