elasticity (part of speech: noun)
willingness (part of speech: noun)
flexibility, yieldingness, receptiveness, persuadability, tameness, cooperation, acquiescent, pliability, ductility, agreeability, readiness, assent, eagerness, amenability, susceptibility, tractability, willingness, compliance, submissiveness, malleability, earnestness
- Of this difference Tennyson takes note in applying the argument from adaptability to the immortality of the soul: Thou wilt not leave us in the dust; Thou madest man, he knows not why; He thinks he was not made to die, And Thou hast made him, Thou art just. - "The Faith of the Millions (2nd series)", George Tyrrell.
- The most weighty reason is that a higher degree of adaptability is required of workers than is the case in the manufacture of men's clothing. - "Wage Earning and Education", R. R. Lutz.
- She did not personally see to their adaptability, and she certainly did not supervise their final arrangement. - "A Mysterious Disappearance", Gordon Holmes.