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used in For Whom the Bell Tolls

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moving and bending easily — sometimes used figuratively to indicate mental flexibility when adapting to different conditions
  • The trunks of the pines projected from the snow that covered all the ground, and he lay in the robe feeling the suppleness of the bed under him that he had made, his legs stretched long against the warmth of the robe, the air sharp and cold on his head and in his nostrils as he breathed.
    Chapter 20 (2% in)

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