Usage examples for adaptable

  1. The Estimate Form, as presented herein, is adaptable to military problems of any nature. – Sound Military Decision by U.s. Naval War College
  2. Although the main object in this series is to give the most convenient laboratory methods for preparing various substances in one- half to five pound lots, an attempt has also been made to have these processes as far as possible adaptable to large scale development. – Organic-Syntheses by Conant, James Bryant
  3. It is real Japan tea, and seldom leaves its native heath for the reason that, while it is peculiarly adaptable to the Japanese constitution, it is too stimulating for the finely- tuned and over- sensitive Americans, who, by the way, are said to be the largest customers for Japan teas of other grades in the world. – The Little Tea Book by Arthur Gray