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Use "suppleness" in a sentence
"I had rid myself of my bonds handily enough; I had rubbed my limbs to that perfect suppleness which is always desirable before a fight; and I had planned to rush out so soon as the door was swung, and kill those that came first with fist blows on the brow and chin."
"Written in seven movements for natural horn and ensemble, it was the highlight of a concert also given in Edinburgh that included Kodály's delicious Dances of Galánta and Dvorák's benevolent Fifth Symphony, drawn with suppleness and clarity by the SCO's chief conductor, Robin Ticciati."
"Yes, Virginia, CA wines not only age well but take on the complexities, suppleness and sensual attractiveness we expect of older wines."