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It is that malleability that has allowed it to move with the times, surprise others and grow its influence when other so-called socialist states have fallen around it.

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As for the question of grit’s malleability, there isn’t much evidence of reliable, scalable interventions for increasing conscientiousness or grit.

The snailfish’s skull isn’t completely fused, providing it with a degree of malleability so that the pressure on the skull can equalize to outside pressure.

That extra bit of malleability allows the pressure on the skull to equalize.

A hearty reminder of the power, malleability, and deep playfulness of the novel form.

Wang was unafraid to examine the malleability of identity, to play with the “Asian-American” label.

Descartes thought it was possible to impart malleability to glass, and Boyle is reported to have held the same opinion.

And the faith in the malleability of glass has had its martyrology as well as faith in graver things.

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

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

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


On this page you'll find 42 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to malleability, such as: affability, complaisance, compliance, docility, ductility, and elasticity.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.