Definition of malleability in English:

malleability

noun

  • See malleable

    • ‘We will discuss the malleability of human nature.’
    • ‘But first, there's a musical to put on that, for all its pedigree and malleability, remains very '70s and very showbiz.’
    • ‘The Inca, by contrast, valued ‘plasticity, malleability, and toughness.’’
    • ‘The cognitive psychologist Elizabeth Loftus has been vilified for publishing groundbreaking data on the malleability of memory.’
    • ‘The malleability of identity itself proves a constant theme.’

Pronunciation

malleability

/malɪəˈbɪlɪti/