But it's a different story now as we limp flaccidly
Behind him, one of the Coronas began to deflate, leaning flaccidly
away from the table and down to the floor.
Diction was fuzzy, entries insecure, and voice-leading was flaccidly
shaped in this music which depends so much upon linear layers for its architecture and structure.
Tired of standing by while bland, lifeless wine ads languish flaccidly
on the pages of magazines across America?
But even as they lie flaccidly
doggo, possibly after a hard night on the tiles and elsewhere, women will be taking the train, bus or plane to the nearest available NI Boots Chemist in the North.
Rarely have his hangdog features been better employed, hanging flaccidly
over the collar of Vince Skinner, a middle-aged, misunderstood builder, who's been shown the door by his wife (Marion Bailey), who has somehow got it into her head that he had a fling with a wanton woman at a tropical fish convention.