Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A bending; in geology, a bending or crumpling of layers or strata.

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  • verb Present participle of flex.
  • noun The action of the verb to flex; a bending of something, a tightening of the muscles.

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Examples

  • That's what I call flexing your imagination muscle!

    "Doom and Gloom" Begins?

  • That kind of flexing comes from the bespectacled “King Wild Boar” himself, Karl Rove.

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  • That kind of flexing comes from the bespectacled “King Wild Boar” himself, Karl Rove.

    Former Alabama Governor Don Siegelman (D) Released On Appeal

  • A good idea when they were originally conceived, but, in flexing their muscles and demanding more of everything, have priced themselves and the products they represent, out of business.

    So long

  • She could even lift her foot an inch or so toward her leg. though the movement could hardly be called flexing the foot.

    Dancing with Clara

  • European Union and consortiums of politicians around the world with the intent of protecting your privacy: the letter to Google's Schmidt is an example of the sort of muscle flexing which is starting to be demonstrated.

    ZDNet News - News Page One

  • European Union and consortiums of politicians around the world with the intent of protecting your privacy: the letter to Google's Schmidt is an example of the sort of muscle flexing which is starting to be demonstrated.

    ZDNet News - News Page One

  • Repeated "flexing" of the passenger sensing system mat in the front seat could cause the mat to "kink, bend or fold," GM said according to a notice posted on U.S. safety regulators'

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  • There had been a discussion about "flexing" or relaxing the covenants due to the costs of restructuring.

    National Business Review (NBR) New Zealand

  • There had been a discussion about "flexing" or relaxing the covenants due to the costs of restructuring.

    National Business Review (NBR) New Zealand

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