Synonyms for adaptable
|Grammar : Adj|
|Spell : uh-dap-tuh-buh l|
|Phonetic Transcription : əˈdæp tə bəl|
Top 10 synonyms for adaptable Other synonyms for the word adaptable
Définition of adaptableOrigin :
- 1800, from adapt + -able.
- adj able and usually willing to change
- They had to be adaptable and capable of carrying delicate and large responsibility.
- Extract from : « Herbert Hoover » by Vernon Kellogg
- Because they were so likable and intelligent and adaptable—they were vastly dangerous!
- Extract from : « Zen » by Jerome Bixby
- Few words are more elastic and adaptable than the verb substantive.
- Extract from : « Messages from the Epistle to the Hebrews » by Handley C.G. Moule
- Which of the possessions of the United States are adaptable for cane-sugar?
- Extract from : « Commercial Geography » by Jacques W. Redway
- One can get accustomed to anything—man is as adaptable as the trees.
- Extract from : « Through Finland in Carts » by Ethel Brilliana Alec-Tweedie
- Not much "wide and adaptable life" to take her thoughts off herself.
- Extract from : « Saint's Progress » by John Galsworthy
- The boys must be expert performers, and adaptable to any emergency.
- Extract from : « Nights in London » by Thomas Burke
- We haven't any choir or any Bible, but parsonage folks have to be adaptable.
- Extract from : « Prudence Says So » by Ethel Hueston
- Broom is about the best cover you can use for sheltering a nest, and is most adaptable.
- Extract from : « Wild Ducks » by W. Coape Oates
- Young people of Cynthia's type and nationality are the most adaptable in the world.
- Extract from : « Coniston, Complete » by Winston Churchill
Antonyms for adaptable
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