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- adj. Not malleable.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not malleable; not capable of being extended by rolling or hammering, as a metal; hence, not capable of being shaped by outside influence; unyielding.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. difficult or impossible to shape or work
But Ray Cruz, a gunnery sergeant in the United States Marine Corps, was one of those rare men with a personality of hard metal—unmalleable, impenetrable, unstoppable.
It needs to be smolten and poured and once set, is pretty much unmalleable?
But Tom, as always, wanted to win; it was a part of his unmalleable personality, the least pleasant thing about him, the way he got fixed on something and all life ceased to exist except that issue.
Chouake bemoaned just one Senator as being unmalleable - Virginia Senator Jim Webb - though they successfully procured 491 meetings with other members of Congress during the campaign.
I have, indeed, some idea that Mr. Herries has already discovered that I am made of different and more unmalleable metal than he had at first believed.
Who can bear sorrow without such change, till age has fixed the lines of the face, or till care has made them hard and unmalleable?
When she opened the door she saw him as something fixed and Godlike as he had always been, as older people are to younger, rigid and unmalleable.
In such inadequate language my feelings struggled for expression: they could not get it; speech, brittle and unmalleable, and cold as ice, dissolved or shivered in the effort.
The trays on which their food had appeared were smooth, unmalleable metal.
If we have made such vast strides and so rapid a development in those few years of our national life, with the heterogeneous and unmalleable materials with which we had to deal, converting the filth of
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