adaptiveness—Let each dress worn by a lady be suitable to the occasion upon which she wears it.
It has the same fulness and adaptiveness now that it ever had.
It is loved for its beauty, its associations, its adaptiveness.
adaptiveness to all marine requirements, present and future.
His versatility, adaptiveness, and fecundity are remarkable.
He had all a true vagabond's pliability to circumstances and adaptiveness to momentary surroundings.
The child, with her many changes and gentle nature, had developed a certain tact or adaptiveness, and loved pleasantness.
The degree of adaptiveness which a part possesses itself evokes the direction of variation of that part.
Violet sits down in the glow and feels at home, smiles, blossoms, and surprises herself at her gift of adaptiveness.
Florence had a wonderful deal of adaptiveness, and she almost insensibly copied Mrs. Osgood.