adjustability

[uh-juhs-tuh-bil-i-tee]
noun
1.
the quality of being adjustable: a reclining chair with infinite adjustability.
2.
the ability, especially of a child, to adjust to new surroundings; adaptability: to observe the child's adjustability to her foster home.

Origin:
adjust + -ability

nonadjustability, noun
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The suspension is all new, providing a lot more grip and adjustability.
The steering wheel offers tilt adjustability, but does not telescope.
The adjustability of the strap over the instep makes it incredibly supportive,
  also.
Elementary school students vary greatly in size, making it a challenge to
  provide adjustability to fit everybody comfortably.
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