Definition for DUC-TIL'I-TY


  1. The property of solid bodies, particularly metals, which renders them capable of being extended by drawing without breaking; as, the ductility of gold, iron, or brass.
  2. Flexibility; obsequiousness; a disposition of mind that easily yields to motives or influence; ready compliance. – Roscoe.

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