malleable

Ability of a certain minerals that are able to be pounded into thin sheets.
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malleable

Metals easily worked with a hammer or a roller. Gold and sterling silver are very malleable metals.
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Malleable

• (a.) Capable of being extended or shaped by beating with a hammer, or by the pressure of rollers; -- applied to metals.
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malleable

(mal´e-ә-bәl) susceptible of being beaten out into a thin plate.
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Malleable

Mal'le·a·ble adjective [ French malléable , from Late Latin malleare to hammer. See Malleate .] Capable of being extended or shaped by beating with a hammer, or by the pressure of rollers; -- applied to metals. Malleable iron , iron that is capable of extension or of...
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malleable

Capable of being extended or shaped by beating with a hammer, or by the pressure of rollers; applied to metals. Malleable iron, iron that is capable of extension or of being shaped under the hammer; decarbonised cast iron. See Iron. Malleable iron castings, articles cast from pig iron and made malleable by heating then for several days in the prese...
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Malleable

Capable of being extended or shaped by hammering or rolling.
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Malleable

Capable of being extended or shaped by hammering or rolling.
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Malleable

Capable of being hammered into sheets. Metals are typically malleable materials.
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malleable

capable of being shaped or bent
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malleable

easily influenced
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malleable

easily influenced
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malleable

easily influenced
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malleable

easily influenced
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Malleable

Formable or easily shaped.
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malleable

malleability, property of a metal describing the ease with which it can be hammered, forged, pressed, or rolled into thin sheets. Metals vary in this respect; pure gold is the most malleable.
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malleable

malleability. Compare with ductile. Capable of being hammered into sheets. Metals are typically malleable materials.
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malleable

malleable, malleability, malleableness 1. Capable of being shaped by being beaten or by pressure; a property of certain metals such as gold and silver. 2. Having the characteristics of being beaten out into a thin plate. 3. Having the property (possessed by certain substances, especially metals) of being deprived of form by hammering or pressure, w...
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Malleable

Relates to the tenacity of a mineral. It means that a mineral slice will flatten when hit with a hammer. Copper is a good example.
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Malleable

Something which is malleable can be hammered into a new shape with out fracturing or returning to its original shape. Malleability then is the property of being susceptible of extension by beating. It is a characteristic almost restricted to metals. The following is the order of malleability of the metals: Gold, silver, copper, platinum, iron, alum...
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malleable

Type: Term Pronunciation: mal′ē-ă-bŭl Definitions: 1. Capable of being shaped by being beaten or subjected to pressure; a property of certain metals such as gold and silver.
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malleable

yielding easily shaped moldable adapting 
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