Plastic synonyms

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Not real or genuine; artificial or insincere
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Containing amyloid deposits, as a bodily organ.
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Capable of receiving an impression:
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Made from plastics
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The definition of pliable is a person or thing that bends or is easily influenced.
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Adaptable to changing circumstances:
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The definition of substitute is someone or something used in place of another person or thing.
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Made from plastics
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Made from plastics
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Consisting of, or containing, cells.
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Capable of being changed or adjusted to meet particular or varied needs:
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Relating to or produced by means of chemistry.
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An acrylic fiber.
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That can be adapted or made suitable
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The definition of creative is having or coming from original thought or imagination.
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Easily molded; plastic; pliant
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Readily changed or changing to suit circumstances; adaptable
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(Figuratively) Capable of being led or directed
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The definition of formative is something that shaped or taught a person.
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Capable of being governed or subjected to authority; amenable to law or rule; controllable; manageable; obedient.
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Susceptible to impressions; malleable:
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Open to change; readily changeable or unstable:
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Able to be hammered into thin sheets; capable of being extended or shaped by beating with a hammer, or by the pressure of rollers.
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Alternative spelling of mouldable.
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Tending toward frequent change; inconstant; fickle
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(Figuratively) Easily influenced for good or evil; tractable; as, a pliant heart.
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Of, pertaining to, or having characteristics of sculpture.
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Producing a good yield; productive
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A trademark for any of a group of synthetic resins and plastics found in a variety of manufactured articles.
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Creative ability; artistic or intellectual inventiveness
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(Physics) Ability of a material to be drawn out longitudinally to a reduced section without fracture under the action of a tensile force.
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The ability of a solid to return to its original shape or form after being subject to strain. Most solid materials display elasticity, up to a load point called the elastic limit ; loads higher than this limit cause permanent deformation of the material.
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A trademark for laminated sheeting of synthetic resin typically used as a surface on tables and counters.
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The quality of being impressionable.
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A hard, smooth, washable floor covering
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(Cryptography) a property of a cryptographic algorithms in which an adversary can alter a ciphertext such that it decrypts to a related plaintext
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Plasticity is the flexibility or ability to bend of an object.
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Any of numerous natural and synthetic compounds of usually high molecular weight consisting of up to millions of repeated linked units, each a relatively light and simple molecule.
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(Organic chemistry) An alkane chain of benzene molecules, RCH2CHphenylR.
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(Chemistry, uncountable) The univalent radical CH2=CH−, derived from ethylene
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The definition of unflappable is not easily flustered.
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Refusing to change one's attitude, purpose, or principles; immovable:
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Using or based on data that are readily quantified or verified:
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Difficult to do or deal with
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Capable of being repeatedly flexed without breaking
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Bending or winding alternately from side to side; sinuous.
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Capable of functioning.
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Being such that alteration is possible:
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Like a fluid; that can change rapidly or easily; not settled or fixed
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Capable of moving or changing quickly from one state or condition to another:
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Readily influenced by suggestion:
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Recovering strength, spirits, good humor, etc. quickly; buoyant
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That returns rapidly to its original form (as a spring does) after being bent, compressed, stretched, etc.
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Produced artificially rather than by a natural process.
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Not included in nature; artificial:
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Changing easily, as in expression
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Characterized by truth; not false:
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Any of numerous substances that can be shaped and molded when subjected to heat or pressure. Plastics are easily shaped because they consist of long-chain molecules known as polymers, which do not break apart when flexed. Plastics are usually artificial resins but can also be natural substances, as in certain cellular derivatives and shellac. Plastics can be pressed into thin layers, formed into objects, or drawn into fibers for use in textiles. Most do not conduct electricity well, are low in density, and are often very tough. Polyvinyl chloride, methyl methacrylate, and polystyrene are plastics.
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forming or capable of forming or molding or fashioning
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A thin, plastic, machine-readable card with which the cardholder can charge purchases, obtain cash loans at an ATM, etc.
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Alternative form of chargecard.
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a card (usually plastic) that assures a seller that the person using it has a satisfactory credit rating and that the issuer will see to it that the seller receives payment for the merchandise delivered
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Alternative spelling of shapable.
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That can be managed; controllable, tractable, contrivable, etc.
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Not sharply drawn or delineated:
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