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  • noun Plural form of flexing.

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Examples

  • It didn't pass Ryo, who'd become adept at recognizing the meaning of such flexings.

    Nor Crystal Tears

  • It didn't pass Ryo, who'd become adept at recognizing the meaning of such flexings.

    Nor Crystal Tears

  • The feet move faster and there are fewer flexings of the body and no mimetic movements, so characteristic of the Manóbo dance.

    The Manóbos of Mindanáo Memoirs of the National Academy of Sciences, Volume XXIII, First Memoir

  • May-may-gwán assumed consent and set to work on the simple yet delicate manipulations, massages, and flexings, which, persisted in with due care lest the fracture slip, would ultimately restore the limb to its full usefulness.

    The Silent Places

  • I stand on my head and hands and curve my body to right and left in graceful flexings.

    Possessed

  • These small flexings often lead to a dread feeling farther up that craves undoing, and it’s this feeling more than all the others that serves to remind one that—while there are no long-necked creatures under the bed, and the bodechean is merely a pagan notion—there is certainly a Devil.

    Fall On Your Knees

  • These small flexings often lead to a dread feeling farther up that craves undoing, and it’s this feeling more than all the others that serves to remind one that—while there are no long-necked creatures under the bed, and the bodechean is merely a pagan notion—there is certainly a Devil.

    Fall On Your Knees

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