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  • adj. Not malleable.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Not maleable.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Unmalleable; incapable of being extended by hammering.


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im- +‎ malleable


  • Ren's "civil world" is a world with a identities that are static and immalleable on player whim.

    The Four Worlds Theory

  • One's subjective gender is just as real and immalleable as one's physical gender but unfortunately not recognized in our culture.

    The Brain, Genes, Gender and Sex

  • But that immalleable mind lacked the strong fibre of logic and foresight -- which is all that moral force amounts to -- that lifts a man triumphant above his worst temptations; and he paid the bitter and hideous penalty in a poverty, loneliness, and living death that would have moved the theologians of his blood to the uneasy suspicion that punishment is of this earth, a logical sequence of foolish and short-sighted acts.

    The Conqueror


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