in·flex·i·ble / inˈfleksəbəl/ • adj. 1. unwilling to change or compromise: once she had made up her mind, she was inflexible. ∎ not able to be changed or adapted to particular circumstances: inflexible rules. 2. not able to be bent; stiff: the heavy inflexible armor of the beetles. DERIVATIVES: in·flex·i·bil·i·ty / -ˌfleksəˈbilitē/ n. in·flex·i·bly / -blē/ adv.
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