Vinny, Pauly D and Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino strut round the corner and flex and pose in front of their giant wooden door.
Companies like Delta, Apple, and Nike flex their political muscle on behalf of gay rights.
But Sapan has yet to flex his holography skills with a sitting president.
v. flexed, flex·ing, flex·es
To contract a muscle.
To move a joint so that the parts it connects approach each other.
1. Faster LEX.
2. A real-time language for dynamic environments.
["FLEX: Towards Flexible Real-Time Programs", K. Lin et al, Computer Langs 16(1):65-79, Jan 1991].
3. An early object-oriented language developed for the FLEX machine by Alan Kay in about 1967. The FLEX language was a simplification of Simula and a predecessor of Smalltalk.