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SAT Word of the Day

Posted by PowerScore Test Preparation on Apr 4, 2012 11:00:00 PM


Malleable

(adj.) capable of being shaped or influenced

(pronounced "MAL-ee-uh-buhl")

  

old lady

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  • Mallory worried that her malleable son would learn inappropriate behavior from the older boys he played with at school.

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