Definitions for "Malleability"
The property of some metals of being extended in all directions by hammering without cracking or breaking. Gold, the most malleable of all metals, can be beaten to a thickness of 0.000004 of an inch. (Derived from the Latin malleare, meaning to hammer.)
The property which allows a material to be permanently deformed, without fracture, when beaten or rolled.
Property of precious metals of being extended or shaped by beating with a hammer, or by the pressure of rollers.
The quality or state of being malleable; -- opposed to friability and brittleness.
Is the ability of a mineral to be shaped into different forms.