Traducción de pliant en español:

pliant

Pronunciación: /ˈplʌɪənt//ˈplaɪənt/

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    • Most readers will be familiar with the various physical exercises and postures of yoga, the purpose of which is to make the body supple, pliant, and healthy.
    • Sure, maybe I've got a hard shell, but inside I'm soft and pliant like the rest?
    • There the pillow would have awaited a weary child, come to nestle his head against its pliant form after a morning swimming at the beach.
    • Men like this are remarkably pliant when their children are involved.
    • A pliant corporate media proclaimed Harris' testimony proof of his political fortitude.
    • The fabrics are soft and pliant, in silk and cashmere blends, while the colors revolve around a strong palette of slate and off-blacks, accented with brights such as yellow and sky blue.
    • A different set of lips, soft and pliant, not demanding, rained kisses down his throat, then stopped.
    • We need leaders who are pliant enough to bend from their unflinching stand on issues, who are ready to sacrifice the short-term goals of their own survival for the greater good of humanity.
    • From olden times the principle of gentleness has been symbolized by a willow branch or a bamboo, which is pliant and not easily broken.
    • She had missed those soft, full, and pliant lips.
    • Youth naturally, in their abundance of hormones coupled with a paucity of experience, have a more pliant interest in entertaining various forms of sexual expression.
    • At the very least, such policies might produce a larger body of literate, more pliant workers.
    • In this way, we are training our mind to be more pliant and supple.
    • Whatever halted their ungainly landing recovery, however, was a great deal softer and more pliant than the opposing wall of the tunnel would have been.
    • A lazy grin spreading over his sleepy face, Shanza burrowed into the heat happily, nose pressed against something soft and pliant.
    • Trinity was pliant and soft against him, her body molding to his.
    • It is reported that a substantial number of enterprises are considering moving their production lines to China and other developing countries because of cheaper labor costs and pliant workers there.
    • For more than 40 years, comparing an administration's enemies to Hitler has been a reliable way to convince a pliant media and unquestioning public to go to war.
    • Doesn't this travesty cast into doubt the whole case for combining an empowered president with a pliant court?
    • Ironically, domestic workers also opposed the move because they feared that companies would be inclined to employ the cheaper, more pliant and hard-working foreign nationals rather than Koreans.
    • At first glance, the powered parachute appears a hermaphroditic aircraft - half loud, thrusting engine, half soft, pliant airfoil.
    • It is because it is a major petroleum producer and they want to get their hands on its resources and install a pliant puppet regime there.
    • Her soft pliant body molded perfectly against him.
    • I heard it, felt it, saw it, sensed it - yet I couldn't tell if I were dreaming or if the pliant soft flesh against my lips was real.
    • Now is the time to try for puppies, while her bones remain pliant for easy delivery and we have more free time now that Grandma no longer needs our presence.
    • She threw enough flour in the pot for the batter to finally seem doughy, and it began to feel soft and pliant and I could take it out of the mixing pot to knead it.
    • They put out a simplistic script of ‘good vs evil ‘that was taken up by a pliant and intimidated media.’
    • He thought about Susan's soft and pliant nakedness that one Sunday.
    • I remain soft, weak, and pliant, slowly moving between them.
    • He took his arms away from her soft, pliant, warm waist, and shivered at the sudden cold, before falling backwards and stumbling off the bed.
    • They found a pliant county attorney to bring the charge, which alleged a violation of campaign finance laws based - really - on a ‘thank you’ letter that Ron wrote.
    • This makes the leather soft and pliant, and suitable for such things as clothing.
    • In other words, while in office these officers are pliant enough, and suddenly, when appointed to ‘independent’ constitutional posts, they begin to assert themselves.
    • The regime reduced the two officially tolerated political parties to pliant ineffectuality.
    • Her heart, like a girl's upon glimpsing a bride, beat faster at what she saw; a woman with large eyes and long hair down to her waist, her body pliant.
    • Kids further down the show business food chain are more pliant.