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[uh-juhs-tuh-bil-i-tee] /əˌdʒʌs təˈbɪl ɪ ti/
the quality of being adjustable:
a reclining chair with infinite adjustability.
the ability, especially of a child, to adjust to new surroundings; adaptability:
to observe the child's adjustability to her foster home.
Origin of adjustability
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nonadjustability, noun Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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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.
  • Height adjustability allows some loads to be slid onto and off of shelves rather than lifted.
  • You'll notice this freezer has some adjustability, but it's better or preferred that all the shelving be fully adjustable.
  • Equipment adjustability is critical to contain awkward postures.
  • High temperature materials have minimal adjustability.
  • The imaging system will need adjustability in wavelength and in power.

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