To keep himself loose and pliable and imbued with the mischievousness that nourished him, Paul often resorted to practical jokes.
The rope tier takes pleasure in using the human body and the rope to create an erotic, pliable work of art.
Another notable region is nicknamed “Pigeon Valley” for the thousands of bird nesting holes dug into the pliable rock.
Could the West rely on the more or less faceless Libyan opposition, a rabble in arms, to be so pliable?
Slender poles set in the shallow water are held in place by wattling or interlacing of pliable parts.
pliable thinks that there may be something in what he says, and offers to go with him.
It has too great a tendency to harden the muscles; a swimmer's should be soft and pliable.
pliable finding the road disagreeable has soon had enough of it.
His distinction is the ease with which he plays upon the Hebrew language, not the most pliable of instruments.
Linen is less elastic and pliable than cotton and bleaches and dyes readily.