Holmes is the most adaptable of characters, having been portrayed by more actors than any other.
She thinks the brand is adaptable for people who believe in other forms of Christianity as well.
This is how America likes to think of itself: unconstrained by the past, generous, adaptable, pragmatic.
She forgot, with the adaptable memory of youth, her troubles.
Because they were so likable and intelligent and adaptable—they were vastly dangerous!
They make the apple-tree group one of the most widespread and adaptable of temperate-region trees.
Few words are more elastic and adaptable than the verb substantive.
The new plant (Nicotiana tabacum) proved easily naturalized and adaptable to the Virginia soil.
Which of the possessions of the United States are adaptable for cane-sugar?
Captain Mackinnon believes the mind of the Americans to be the keenest and most adaptable in the world.