bounteous, fruitful, productive; see fertile 1, 2, rich 3.
pliant, plastic, malleable; see flexible 1.
In the act of giving under pressure
cracking, splitting, breaking, opening, swaying, shaking, bending, creaking, budging, wavering, softening, loosening, turning, falling back; see also soft 2.
Antonyms firm*, unyielding, impervious.
submissive, pliable, tractable, obliging; see humble 1, obedient 1.
gentleness, compliance, acquiescence; see docility, humility.
pliability, plasticity, pliancy; see flexibility 1.
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Yielding easily to pressure or weight; not firm:
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