Ever obliging, Springsteen then flexed all the right things on a paddle board.
I pulled up my sleeve and showed a biceps so attenuated that when I flexed it it had the appearance of a string.
He picked it up and flexed it a bit, as a man might flex a rapier to test its material.
He drew himself out of the hole, and flexed and tensed his muscles until his physical vigor returned.
They flexed their compelling muscles before her and bespoke her for the dance.
Dodeth, his thoughts interrupted, slid off the back of the robot and flexed his legs.
The fingers were flexed, but a slight increase of grip could be effected.
He flexed his mighty arms, and ran his blood-stained fingers through his thick black locks, as if feeling there his re-won crown.
The knees were north; the body was on its left side and flexed.
The doorway filled with flexing muscles that flexed in vain, but somewhat at a disadvantage by the strictly static tableaux.
v. flexed, flex·ing, flex·es
To contract a muscle.
To move a joint so that the parts it connects approach each other.