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ductility

[ duhk-til-i-tee ]
/ dʌkˈtɪl ɪ ti /
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noun
the capacity to undergo a change of physical form without breaking; malleability or flexibility: High ductility and very low hardness made gold easy to work using primitive techniques.

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OTHER WORDS FROM ductility

non·duc·til·i·ty, noun
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