Difference between ply and pliant




  1. one of the strands twisted together to make yarn or rope or thread; often used in combination
  2. (usually in combinations) one of several layers of cloth or paper or wood as in plywood


  1. use diligently
  2. wield vigorously
  3. give what is desired or needed, especially support, food or sustenance
  4. apply oneself diligently
  5. join together as by twisting, weaving, or molding
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The Staff of Volans has a limited supply of magic energy. Roll a dice after each spell is cast.

It might as well be closed, because in many American hospitals you're simply shooed from the windowsill after you've been nursed back to health (usually in 72 hours or less), and you're expected to "fly" on your own.

She is simply bartering goodies in return for comparative quietness.

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  1. capable of being influenced or formed
  2. capable of being bent or flexed or twisted without breaking
  3. capable of being shaped or bent or drawn out
  4. able to adjust readily to different conditions


Since our previous work, we have achieved a significant decrease of applied pressure needed to form a cold-welded bond between the metal layer on the stamp and the substrate using a soft, compliant stamp.

I countered, soon becoming the stereotypical "noncompliant" black woman.

The mochos need to be reminded that laicity as is understood in Mexico does not allow them freedom to enforce what laws they want to make government compliant with Catholic principles.

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