malleable definition

  • adjective:
    • Capable of being formed or formed, as by hammering or force: a malleable material.
    • quickly managed or affected; tractable.
    • capable adapt to changing circumstances; adaptable: the malleable brain of this pragmatist.
    • capable of being hammered into slim sheets; effective at being extended or formed by beating with a hammer, or because of the force of rollers.
    • Flexible, liable to alter.
    • for which an adversary can transform a ciphertext such that it decrypts to a related plaintext
    • effective at being extended or shaped by beating with a hammer, or by the stress of rollers; -- put on metals.
    • Capable of becoming influenced to work as desired; tractable; -- utilized mostly of kids.
    • effective at becoming formed or curved or drawn-out
    • easily affected
  • others:
    • with the capacity of becoming shaped or extended by beating or moving; effective at extension by hammering; reducible to a laminated form by beating, as silver, which may be outdone into leaves (gold-foil) of extreme thinness; thus, with the capacity of becoming formed by external influence; producing. See foil.

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