- capable of being expanded: Most metals are expansible.
Origin of expansible
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Examples from the Web for expansibility
Milly was invariably optimistic about the expansibility of money.One Woman's Life
Compressibility and Expansibility, sometimes mentioned as "properties," are but results of Porosity.Dynamic Thought
William Walker Atkinson
The expansibility of air, which is vapour in a permanent form, can be shown by experiment.Lectures on Popular and Scientific Subjects
John Sutherland Sinclair, Earl of Caithness
Expansibility is essential to the very life of a notation, but it may be overworked.
The mechanical cause of these spontaneous "variation movements" seems to lie in variations of expansibility.The Wonders of Life
- able to expand or be expanded
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