plasticity

[ pla-stis-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF plasticity

Synonyms for plasticity

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Plasticity: the capacity for being formed, moulded or developed.

Every nerve centre must be prepared to express any adumbration of plasticity.

The other quality we are to look for in the soul is mouldableness, plasticity.

They are two in number, the capacity for life and plasticity.

Have you the ideals of youth, the plasticity, the hopes, the illusions?

This amount is important because it is one of the best indications of plasticity.

Sand, possessing no plasticity, cannot be shaped or made to hold together.

The water of plasticity cannot escape and therefore the clay warps and cracks.

In plasticity of orchestration his operas also mark a great advance.

Signs of plasticity of will are found in the souls of the higher animals.

WORD ORIGIN

1782, from plastic + -ity.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR PLASTICITY

adaptability

nounchangeability
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