Loose silk pants, cozy ponchos, and supple leggings were all a part of the equation.
But that wine, a balanced blend of supple fruit, focused acidity and sweet spice, was my wake-up call.
He looked at her sidewise, and liked her firm and supple carriage.
He prefers to strip it in the early summer, when the bark is supple with the sap.
He was smooth-faced and fair to look upon, and with a supple form; but his mouth was cold, and false were his shifting eyes.
Her face was the same, yet not the same; only her perfect, supple little body was as it had been.
A small, slim woman, obviously light-boned and supple, she seemed to move forward like a ripple.
In a dim way he appreciated their grace and their supple nimbleness.
A supple well-knit figure, indicated agility rather than strength.
In spite of her supple slenderness there was strength in her small wrists.
c.1300, from Old French souple "pliant, flexible," from Gallo-Romance *supples, from Latin supplex (genitive supplicis) "submissive, humbly begging," literally "bending, kneeling down," thought to be an altered form of *supplacos "humbly pleading, appeasing," from sub "under" + placare "appease" (see placate).