adaptability

[ uh-dap-tuh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF adaptability
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He measured its value by its piquancy, by its adaptability to epigrammatic rhymes.

The adaptability of cotton to the Negro is almost providential.

The purpose of education is "adaptation,—with the retention of adaptability."

The adaptability of the experienced person must be psychical and acquired.

The doubtfulness as to their adaptability to the representative form of government.

Adaptability grows with experience and with increase of self-confidence.

Life appealed to Miss Tarlton according to its adaptability to photography.

These all require new competencies that reflect this adaptability.

Printer's use of lettering: adaptability and decorative effect.

You havent the faculty of adaptability of which I have spoken to-night at some length.

WORD ORIGIN

1660s, from adapt + -ability.

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