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A portmanteau neologism of "flexible" and "deceptive". Its use is as an abstraction away from deceptive, which in itself is a flexible and tricky word in English. Instead of making the usage of "deceptive" more explicit, it emphasizes the vagueness of the word.

If needing to combine flexibly and deceptively, it becomes "flexceptively".

No relation to the similarly named "flexception".
"Deceptively simple" can mean both more simple than it appears and less simple than it appears; a pretty flexceptive phrase.

All the best double-agents are flexceptive AF.

That series of statutes is so flexceptive it will need a whole new branch of Law and generations of litigators just to understand the true intent, let alone enforce it.
by pogeddaboudit September 05, 2019
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