[ US /ˈmæɫiəbəɫ/ ]
[ UK /mˈæləbə‍l/ ]
  1. capable of being shaped or bent or drawn out
    pliant molten glass
    ductile copper
    they soaked the leather to made it pliable
    made of highly tensile steel alloy
    malleable metals such as gold
  2. easily influenced
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How To Use malleable In A Sentence

  • Nickel is a silvery white metal and is both ductile and malleable.
  • The eager crowd are easily malleable in the Lady's gaze.
  • Belief in malleable intelligence is no free lunch - it could easily lead students to waste years of their lives trying and failing. You Can Do Anything You Put Your Mind To: A Noble Lie?, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • As intensity is the urgency in her work, form is the malleable substance.
  • But Ray Cruz, a gunnery sergeant in the United States Marine Corps, was one of those rare men with a personality of hard metal—unmalleable, impenetrable, unstoppable. Dead Zero
  • Yet past promises can suddenly become malleable amid political ferment. Times, Sunday Times
  • You should all be ‘pedantic old farts’ about unambiguity in words, because no-one else is going to stop them from becoming completely malleable (or, put another way - completely meaningless.)
  • But the rather malleable populace here seems to be quite pleased at this governmental largesse.
  • A malleable metal can be beaten into a sheet whereas a ductile metal can be drawn out into a wire.
  • The chondral phase consists of a unique Type I bovine collagen matrix that provides a malleable, flexible substratum that allows cell infiltration and de novo formation of hyaline tissue. Medgadget
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