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The House of Mirth
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  • Her intentions in short had never been more definite; but poor Lily, for all the hard glaze of her exterior, was inwardly as malleable as wax.
  • She smiled as she spoke, letting her eyes rest on his in a way that took the edge from her banter and made him suddenly malleable to her will.

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  • The mind is malleable — especially while young.
  • ...malleable metals such as gold.

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