unsupple

unsupple

(ʌnˈsʌpəl)
adj
rigid; not supple
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"I'm about a foot away from touching my toes, I'm so unsupple. I thought I'd try and do something to encourage my body to move, so that's what I've been having a go at and failing miserably!" Ashley has been busy training in the city with his professional partner Ola Jordan, and this week the pair popped into Gusto on the Albert Dock for a bite to eat between dance lessons.
This form of yoga is often used in physical therapy as it helps target unsupple or injured areas.
ANNE Connolly was nervous when she first signed up for classes as the self-confessed "most unsupple person in the world".
Amanda leans back in her chair, and its unsupple spring makes a sound like a tree limb breaking.
Until its facelift, the firmly sprung Sporting was let down by an unsupple ride that could get wearing on longish trips.
We suffered the cramps and unsupple muscles forced into this unfamiliar position.
Partly because he was constrained by the unsupple and far too unmodulated orchestral sound--Levine didn't even seem to enter the music and seek out its rebellious cross-purposes--McIntyre sounded tired and matter-of-fact; his famous third act monologue, which describes the world's craziness, had all the flair of an Avis lease.