the state or quality of being susceptible to breakdown or decomposition. —degradable
the property of a substance that makes it possible to change its length, volume, or shape in direct response to a force and to recover its original form upon the removal of a force. —elastic
the condition of being very easily broken.
the condition of being easily crumbled or pulverized.
the state or condition of being unbreakable or indivisible. —infrangible
the state or condition of having smooth surface, as to facilitate movement against another surface with a minimum of friction. —lubricious
the property of a substance that makes it capable of being extended or shaped by hammering or by pressure from rollers. —malleable
the property of a substance that makes it capable of being molded, given shape, or being made to assume a desired form. —plastic
the property of a substance that renders it inflexible, stiff, or nonpliable. —rigid
the quality or condition of being sandy or gritty. — sabulous
the quality or condition of being watery or thin, as a liquid. —serous
the quality or condition of being able to adhere to things. — viscous
a state or quality resembling that of glass, as in hardness, brittleness, transparency, glossiness, etc. —vitreous