Thesaurus / malleability
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Silver ranks next to gold in point of ductility and malleability.

Its colour and malleability indicate pretty well the quality, as does its weight, the relative value of the ore.

In this case the workman restores their malleability by annealing, or heating them red-hot.

When once rolled into sheets it retains its softness and malleability at ordinary temperatures.

In point of malleability zinc stands eighth among the metals, seventh in ductility, and as regards tenacity about seventh also.

According to Hassenfratz, its presence in small quantity does not impair the malleability of iron.

It whitens them by its union, and destroys their malleability.

Toughness and malleability appear to be the qualities whose expression is most aimed at; 7.

The more representative that government becomes, the more does originality give place to malleability.

At LargeArthur Christopher Benson

Confucianism had the effectiveness of the great religions and a sophistication and malleability superior, perhaps, to any of them.

Government in Republican ChinaPaul Myron Anthony Linebarger

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