adaptable

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  • This game is also adaptable to a more role-playing game style of play.
  • But then she had never known any other life, and human nature is very adaptable. Cited from Allan and the Holy Flower, H. Rider Haggard
  • His early life was one that made him learn to be adaptable.
  • This was not quite what he had expected, but he was always adaptable. Cited from Where the Blue Begins, by Christopher Morley
  • The system has met with great popularity and has proved adaptable as a home-culture course. Cited from The Wit and Humor of America, Volume IV. (of X.), by Various
  • I hope that the book may prove adaptable to various methods and conditions of work. Cited from A History of English Literature, by R. H. Fletcher
  • This game is a very adaptable one and can be run in a great number of different ways. Cited from School, Church, and Home Games, by George O. Draper
  • However, he still did not feel the ideas he had were adaptable into a piece of musical theatre.
  • These are highly adaptable animals and can eat almost any plant.
  • This makes it highly adaptable and it is widely used both on ship and on shore.
  • This plant is adaptable and successful in a wide range of conditions.
  • Curious, until we think that, of all the created world, man is the most adaptable. Cited from Kings, Queens And Pawns, by Mary Roberts Rinehart
  • It was also designed to be adaptable when the capacity of launch systems increased.
  • None of these models, however, are more adaptable to our ways than the country houses of France. Cited from Architectural Illustration, Vol. 1, No. 10, October 1895
  • Let the dead past bury its dead Life's a huge wide adaptable thing! Cited from Quotations of John Galsworthy, by David Widger
  • The Cabinet seems to me the adaptable body we can operate upon to this end. Cited from Early Melbourne & Victoria, by William Westgarth
  • The species is adaptable and no direct conservation measures are felt necessary at present.
  • They worked more quickly than men and were more adaptable; they also had a lower mortality rate.
  • There never was a religion so adaptable and catholic as art. Cited from Art, by Clive Bell
  • Since it is highly adaptable, this plant a great option to grow in most areas.
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Meaning of adaptable

  • adjective Capable of adapting (of becoming or being made suitable) to a particular situation or use
    to succeed one must be adaptable, the frame was adaptable to cloth bolts of different widths