ductile

[ duhk-tl, -til ]SEE DEFINITION OF ductile

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DUCTILE

A ductile substance is one which is capable of being drawn into wire.

On the other hand, if it is suffered to cool gradually, it becomes too soft and ductile.

Among the metals permanent in the air, 17 are ductile and 16 are brittle.

Nickel is white, ductile and malleable, but of difficult fusion.

It is of a reddish colour, malleable, ductile, and tenacious.

From morn to night he thumbed and pushed about the ductile clay.

Pure nickel is grayish-white, malleable, ductile and tenacious.

It is ductile, is not affected by immersion in sea-water, and can be machined.

It is a white metal of bluish tint and is malleable and ductile.

She has laboriously wrought this ductile nervous tissue to her own ends.

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