Flaccid in a sentence as an adjective

Also, authors often use strong language, because no one wants to read a flaccid diatribe.

Like companies like TechCrunch who co-opt words like "disrupt" for their flaccid marketing purposes?

Most adults have no corresponding practice at acting completely flaccid and defenseless on command, which is what it seems we've come to expect.

Today's analysis of the "protests" and even the flaccid NSA "approval" of them on their website shows you exactly where this movement came from.

Subs are one of the harder things to screw up, yet Subway somehow manages to do it and then charges $6 for a tiny sub with soggy bread and flaccid vegetables.

It's hard to imagine anything more flaccid than a motto based on a process that has increasingly become the convenient default of tech companies.

As much as we snark about the English grad student barista - the barista is doing better than the high school dropout who hasn't worked for years because his industry is as flaccid as a used balloon, and he has no other serious skills.

Now this is still a controversial topic [5], but my point this kind of explanation seems much stronger and more on-the-mark, than such flaccid ideas like 'americans are getting fat because they don't walk to school anymore'.I interpreted the article's point is that people avoid any form of physical activity at all cost.

Flaccid definitions


drooping without elasticity; wanting in stiffness; "a flaccid penis"


out of condition; not strong or robust; incapable of exertion or endurance; "he was too soft for the army"; "flabby around the middle"; "flaccid cheeks"

See also: soft flabby