adaptability

Part of speech: noun

Adaptableness.

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Usage examples "adaptability":

  1. Of course with the passing of pioneer conditions will pass in a measure the courage and adaptability which braced itself to meet and overcome obstacles. - "The Cost of Shelter", Ellen H. Richards.
  2. Some people call it adaptability, some tact, some a desire to please, but in Kenneth Landor, as in many others, it was an unselfish wish to contribute his share to the general entertainment. - "Those Dale Girls", Frank Weston Carruth.
  3. Should these turn away from him, however, the cosmopolitan financiers, whose cardinal virtues are suppleness and adaptability, would readily work with his successor, whoever he might be. - "The Inside Story Of The Peace Conference", Emile Joseph Dillon.