Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a ductile manner.

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Examples

  • You see, sir, the mind is ductile, very much so: but images, ductilely received into it, need a certain time to harden and bake in their impressions, otherwise such a casualty as I speak of will in an instant obliterate them, as though they had never been.

    The Confidence-Man

  • You see sir, the mind is ductile, very much so: but images, ductilely received into it, need a certain time to harden and bake in their impressions, otherwise such a casualty as I speak of will in an instant obliterate them, as though they had never been.

    The Confidence-Man

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