But that wine, a balanced blend of supple fruit, focused acidity and sweet spice, was my wake-up call.
Loose silk pants, cozy ponchos, and supple leggings were all a part of the equation.
He looked at her sidewise, and liked her firm and supple carriage.
I ought to be supple enough after the practice of these three days.
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.
Year by year she grew, a brown-faced cherub, strong-limbed and supple.
A small, slim woman, obviously light-boned and supple, she seemed to move forward like a ripple.
I bent over to her rapidly and threw my arm around her supple waist.
A supple well-knit figure, indicated agility rather than strength.
He had the classic style, accurate, evenly balanced, and supple.
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).