malleable

Part of speech: noun

Malleability.

Part of speech: adjective

Capable of being hammered or rolled out without breaking; pliant.

Part of speech: noun

Malleableness.

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Usage examples "malleable":

  1. When he had done that, he thought he would soon be in Jupiter's heaven, and more especially when Caesar said to him, 'Is there anyone else who knows how to make this malleable glass? - "The Satyricon, Complete", Petronius Arbiter.
  2. To find out what is lovable in them and not to try to discover what is malleable in them is the secret. - "Joyous Gard", Arthur Christopher Benson.
  3. Men are rather the infinitely malleable, variable stuff on which education and persuasion can play. - "Shelley, Godwin and Their Circle", H. N. Brailsford.