the quality or state of being plastic.
the capability of being molded, receiving shape, or being made to assume a desired form: the plasticity of social institutions; the great plasticity of clay.

1775–85; plastic + -ity

nonplasticity, noun Unabridged
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plasticity (plæˈstɪsɪtɪ)
1.  the quality of being plastic or able to be moulded
2.  (in pictorial art) the quality of depicting space and form so that they appear three-dimensional

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Example sentences
Growth exhibits a broad range of plasticity in the absence of natural selection.
And this he does with a fine achievement of pictorial plasticity and power.
Plasticity in neural processes is a feature of brains.
The story of reading's development is a complex tale of equal parts human
  invention and neural plasticity.
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