(1) They hate us, their treatises and demagogues have long proclaimed, because we appear to them spiritually lukewarm, religiously flaccid .(2) In the case of the anti-deficit campaign, flaccid fiscal management was a weakness to be strenuously avoided.(3) But beyond the issues he championed in this era of flaccid rhetoric and focus group-approved sound bytes, Wellstone had the rare ability to ignite a fire in his audiences.(4) I don't want to see my planters parched and my plants flaccid .(5) The wish to avoid any hint of ├ö├ç├┐value judgements' causes journalists to use flaccid and vague language, which in turn leads to confusion.(6) Unfortunately, many skiers hold their arms and legs rigid in search of balance while their stomach and back muscles are flaccid and forgotten.(7) Leaves were scored as dead when they were flaccid or dried over more than half their surface.(8) Dead cuttings were obvious because their bud tissue had become flaccid .(9) In fact it was from him that I first heard the term ├ö├ç├┐wet-fish├ö├ç├û when a friend of mine offered up a floppy, flaccid excuse for a hand-shake at a tournament in 1980.(10) Then true leaves exhibit the flaccid condition.(11) His character is flaccid and uniformly uninspired.(12) Still flaccid and lethargic from lack of blood, Ed ambled slowly in front of the doors.(13) Generally, in a healthy plant the cells alternate between being flaccid and fully turgid.(14) The shady lava lamp in the corner of the room supplied a dismal crimson light, the bubbly pink shimmers on the wall fell onto his flaccid , ageless, sweaty body.(15) Perhaps this, then, is the reason that leaves wilt, that is become flaccid , when they are severely stressed.(16) Sauntering into the living room, I stretched my flaccid body along the couch.