adaptability

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  • But even with that adaptability, it may be that sometimes he will not find work. Cited from A Modern Utopia, by H. G. Wells
  • It was in her own house where her skill and adaptability had success. Cited from The PG Works Of Gilbert Parker, Complete
  • Nothing is more certain than that the intellectual adaptability of the individual man is very limited. Cited from The Theory of Social Revolutions, by Brooks Adams
  • Some of these half-grown girls showed a rare adaptability as teachers. Cited from Little Journeys To The Homes Of Great Teachers, by Elbert Hubbard
  • There had been no call upon the adaptability which was his. Cited from A Daughter of the Snows, by Jack London
  • That is to say, they require considerable adaptability on the part of the man who is using them. Cited from The Psychology of Management, by L. M. Gilbreth
  • Due to its higher fire adaptability it can be used as a barrier to fire.
  • What is it that has given these men this marvellous adaptability to all conditions, however hard they may seem? Cited from My Lady of the Chinese Courtyard, by Elizabeth Cooper
  • Its rapid growth and adaptability to a range of conditions is responsible for its popularity.
  • The adaptability of persons to their business environment is more a matter of determination than anything else. Cited from The Power of Concentration, By Theron Q. Dumont
  • It is not so much a matter of experience as of natural bent and adaptability. Cited from Two Thousand Miles On An Automobile, by Arthur Jerome Eddy
  • When her husband came to Washington three years ago she had the social adaptability of a solemn horse. Cited from Unleavened Bread, by Robert Grant
  • He had a good will, an easy adaptability to people, which made him take a hand in everything that went on. Cited from McClure's Magazine, March, 1896, Vol. VI, No. 4, by Various
  • The adaptability of the American was never better displayed than in this region. Cited from Autobiography of Andrew Carnegie, by Andrew Carnegie
  • He had never been very proud of his own adaptability. Cited from The Hermit And The Wild Woman, by Edith Wharton
  • Indeed, his marvellous adaptability to difficult conditions was soon the talk of that little company. Cited from Sir Robert Hart, by Juliet Bredon
  • Its adaptability meant it could be grown over a wide geographical area.
  • I doubt if woman has real ingenuity; she has great adaptability. Cited from The Complete Writings of Charles Dudley Warner V1
  • This potential adaptability is addressed several times throughout the franchise by various characters.
  • Human language is also the only known natural communication system whose adaptability may be referred to as modality independent.
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Meaning of adaptability

  • noun The ability to change (or be changed) to fit changed circumstances