(1) The white irons of suitable composition can be annealed to give malleable cast iron.(2) Gold is malleable and does not fracture as it is tumbled about in running water.(3) Gold is soft enough to scratch with a fingernail, and the most malleable of metals.(4) They were there with their control collar ready to make me malleable to their malign manipulations.(5) Bones are shifting, hormones are flying all about, neural processes are still plastic and malleable and highly susceptible to influence.(6) The varying opinions suggest that the laureateship is both a malleable thing and a work in progress.(7) Sometimes, however, these natives can be a tad too malleable and easily persuaded by those in their inner circle.(8) I hardly think that the youth of the future are waiting for malleable faculty to lead them by the hand to willing computers.(9) And be aware of what may be imprinted on our impressionable and malleable children in their formative years by the people to whom we expose them.(10) The metal of the pillar has been found to be almost pure malleable iron.(11) But Anna is sexually malleable and could easily be taken advantage of by an unscrupulous dominant.(12) As intensity is the urgency in her work, form is the malleable substance.(13) He found that leather, highly malleable and easy to dye, was actually an ideal material for realistic sculpture.(14) I envied how the material was so malleable compared to wood and that one could get so close to it.(15) It just goes to show how malleable women are when there's the slightest suggestion of beauty and youth.(16) You might want to buy a cheap but malleable silver ring to practice on, or maybe a couple of them.