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EtymologyEdit

ultra- +‎ flexibility

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ultraflexibility (uncountable)

  1. (rare) The quality of being ultraflexible.
    • 1999, Bernard Corry, ‎Sami Daniel, ‎Philip Arestis, Money and Macroeconomic Policy
      Or is the argument there really only in terms of ultraflexibility in the labour market thereby pushing the cost of unemployment, and responsibility for it, onto the shoulders of labour and maintaining the market as a disciplinary force?