Malleable in a sentence

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Definition of Malleable

  • Capable of being extended or shaped by beating with a hammer, or by the pressure of rollers; -- applied to metals.
  • Capable of being influenced to behave as desired; tractable; -- used mostly of children.

How to use malleable in a sentence. Malleable pronunciation.

And now you see me prala, snatch the bar of iron, and place the heated end of it upon the covantza, or anvil, and forthwith I commence cooring the sastra as hard as if I had been just engaged by a master at the rate of dui caulor, or two shillings, a day, brother; and when I have beaten the iron till it is nearly cool, and my arm tired, I place it again in the angar, and begin again to rouse the fire with the pudamengro, which signifies the blowing thing, and is another and more common word for bellows; and whilst thus employed I sing a gypsy song, the sound of which is wonderfully in unison with the hoarse moaning of the pudamengro, and ere the song is finished, the iron is again hot and malleable.
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I would have said quicksilver, had it not been fixed, malleable, and unmovable.
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With her a placid contented hope, with him a calm preference for a malleable woman.
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But the busy great world was round Clotilde while she was malleable, though she might be losing her fresh ideas of the hammer and the block, and that is a world of much solicitation to induce a vivid girl to merge an ideal in a living image.
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We [242] know how much has been done to educate the world, under the supposition that man is a creature of very malleable substance, indifferent in himself, pretty much what influences may make of him.
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It is not my custom to criticize parents who have paid me the compliment of placing their sons at the most malleable and important period of their lives, in my-ah-charge, but I must say that a little longer notice would have been a-in fact, a convenience.
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At this period Jesuits will stamp the future of their chargeling flocks; and all who bring up youth by a System, and watch it, know that it is the malleable moment.
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Computers are fundamentally different from modern books in the same way that printed books are different from monastic Bibles: they are malleable.
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It had been one of those real devoted wooings which books and people praise, when the lover is at length rewarded for hammering the iron till it is malleable, and all must be happy ever after as the wedding bells.
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In appearance it resembles zinc, being white or lead gray, soft, malleable and easily fusible, but in its chemical relation it resembles aluminium or gallium.
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Thus, when heated it is malleable and ductile, and can be easily welded and forged at a high temperature.
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It is tough, malleable, and ductile.
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It is both malleable and ductile, though with little tenacity, and is used for tubes, sheets, bullets, etc.
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The pots are then withdrawn, and suffered to cool; and by this operation the hardest cast metal is rendered so soft and malleable, that it may be welded together, or, when in a cool state, bent into almost any shape by a hammer or vice.
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A great freedom of treatment was necessary to his plan; but it will be observed by every one who attempts to render these legends malleable in his intellectual furnace, that they are marvellously independent of all temporary modes and circumstances.
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Sooth, generally for women, A man might strive to make glass malleable, Ere he should make them fixed.
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It is fearful to think what malleable material we are in the hands of circumstances.
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He knew that he did not act upon the masses, that he could not warm the multitude, which is like a sea of lead, and as heavy to set in motion, and which, though its waves may be melted and rendered malleable by heat, requires the powerful arm of an athletic Cyclops to manipulate, fuse, and pour into moulds, where the dull metal, glowing and seething under the electric fire, becomes thought and feeling under the new form into which it has been forced.
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Right in your sight anon withoute lie, And make it as good silver, and as fine, As there is any in your purse, or mine, Or elleswhere; and make it malleable, And elles holde me false and unable Amonge folk for ever to appear.
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A light silver-white metallic element, malleable and ductile, quite permanent in dry air but tarnishing in moist air.
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Examples of Malleable

Example #1
Behold, I place it once more on the covantza, and recommence hammering; and now I am somewhat at fault; I am in want of assistance; I want you, brother, or some one else, to take the bar out of my hand and support it upon the covantza, whilst I, applying a chinomescro, or kind of chisel, to the heated iron, cut off with a lusty stroke or two of the shukaro baro, or big hammer, as much as is required for the petul.
Example #2
The angar, or coals, are now burning fiercely, casting forth sparks and long vagescoe chipes, or tongues of flame; a small bar of sastra, or iron, is lying in the fire, to the length of ten or twelve inches, and so far it is hot, very hot, exceeding hot, brother.
Example #3
I be a cuckold, father, yea or no?
Example #4
There resteth yet a small difficulty, a little scruple, yea, even less than nothing, whereof I humbly crave your resolution.
Example #5
If he left her for another she would cry for a week, then serenely marry whom my father bade her, and forget Reinaldo in the _donas_ of the bridegroom.
Example #6
That is love, I suppose," said Chonita, leaning back in her chair and forgetting the poppies.